Doors in a mosaic


Doors in a mosaic
Originally uploaded by rexandsharkey.

These are some of the doors I’ve skulked around the neighborhood and taken photos of. I think all of them are cool. Part of this is for the Crestview door quest!
But I also am always looking for cooler security doors. Our front door (which is on a fairly major street and right next to a bust stop) probably requires one, but I think ours lacks style. I really like the diamond one and the white one below it.

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