Thursday, May 17, 2007

Church Door #2

This door graces the entrance to St. Paul's on the Hill Episcopal Church which was founded in 1854. It's located on historical Summit Avenue.

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  1. I love rich red doors on churches!
    This pair is beautiful!

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  2. cette porte est tres belle, mais je trouve la couleur surprenante. Une couleur vraiment tres flashy. Pour repondre à ta question, oui les corsaires est bien l'equipe de football americain d'Evry

    this door is very beautiful, but I find the color surprising. A color really very flashy. To answer your question, yes the corsairs is well the team of American football of Evry

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  3. I like that its so clean. Looks like its very new.

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  5. Holy Smokes that is a vivid color and a wee bit amazing for it doesn't leave any illusions about its intensity.

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  6. Door photos can be wonderful. There are so many different ones. I really like the red color.

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  7. Nice addition to your "gates/doors" collection!

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  8. No doubt, this one is red! Thank you, Kate, I've downloaded Picasa and now, I know how to do some collages!

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  9. So, on your advice, after checking the doors on your Mazatlan sight, I found more of them on this site.

    As from now on, I will be regular visitor, if you don't mind.

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  10. There's majesty in that red door.

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  11. Wonderful door - for one second - only a second and that was the colour - I thought I was in Mexico. Does surprise me tho that a church door would be this colour. Someone I expected a church door to be a rather sober colour - a lovely surprise.

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  12. What beautiful church doors you have in St Paul!

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