You have no idea how weird you can appear


Interesting 50’s door in our “hood’
Originally uploaded by rexandsharkey.

So, I’ve been driving around our neighborhood trying to covertly take photos of cool front doors. You have NO idea how weird this makes you appear. I have a group that I’m going to appeal to to send them to me. I desperately want to get rid of our iron “security” door and so I’m interested in all sorts of front door areas…..

Hopefully this also helps them out over at Crestview Doors!

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