Thursday’s Doors ~ December 17, 2015 (view #1)

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Close up of Slocum Hall
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By being close, you can see

Pattern etchings

in the glass panes.

Two rectangle windows have

metal wire loops or curlicues,

ornate details crowned by lamps.

The Roman columns are part of

Greek Revival Architecture.

They add formality.

There are two more
Thursday’s Doors ~
Slocum Hall.

This post is part of ongoing program with host, Norm Frampton.

You may find all manner of doors by checking out Norm 2.0 and links:
http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

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19 responses »

    • Thanks for liking this rather elegant entry way, Norm. Thank you for dropping by and hope you have a wonderful Christmas week. πŸ™‚ Your interesting masonry set in reddish pink mortar, was really a treat for me, who has only been to Spain. Thanks for letting me have a peek!

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