We recently visited the Millbrook Marsh in State College, PA. A great place for fishing, bird watching, and plant and insect identification.
This is the main education building
I really liked this small building with ivy growing over the door and painted walls
This painted bench was in one of the fields
What a great gate leading to the pollinator garden
Stock car hanging from the ceiling in a restaurant at the Charlotte, NC airport
Upside down doors! There were several others but I didn’t have time to snap them.
I thought I wouldn’t have a picture this week but last night I was at a Master Gardener’s meeting near this building and noticed how striking it looked at night.
You can see my reflection in one of the door pictures. I guess maybe I took a “doorfie” 🙂
The County Conservation offices are located in an 1880s era barn that was dismantled and reconstructed at its current location.
Here are some pictures of the Greensburg, Pa libray. The building was formerly the US Post Office. I tried to find some history of the building online but had no luck.
Someone gave this plain old steel door a touch of pizzazz! I saw it while driving in downtown Greensburg this morning and just had to park my car and snap a picture.
For Norm’s Thursday Doors
This door is on a renovated Victorian house. I wish I’d taken photos of the whole house too.
Doors? Well, not exactly but these are openings into dwellings.
I didn’t have time to get pictures of the doors I spied while driving this week.
This is a door I spotted when I was walking around Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
It is now a gift shop in what was once an older residential area called Kinderhook. I really liked the door bell in the center of the door.
I’m away from home this week and have not seen any interesting doors so far. However, I did snap this shot of the closed cockpit door of the plane I was on for Thursday Doors