In continuing with my Charleston theme, I have compiled a few beautiful Thursday Doors that have quite a lot in common. They all:
- have a pointed arch
- are painted a stunning red color
- belong to the same church
I did a little digging and found that many Episcopal and Lutheran churches have red doors. The red color is a symbol of “the blood of Christ” which seems fitting for Easter coming up. There is something about these red doors that just draws you in. We walked past these doors every time, and each time I stopped to pay homage to their beauty and what they represent.
Charleston, SC is a photographer’s heaven. Every house is completely unique, from the sweet tea porches, to the beautiful Victorian accents, to the bright Caribbean paint colors. And don’t even get me started on the doors…Doors and doors galore!
I have so many pictures of doors from Charleston. In order to keep things somewhat organized, I am trying to group them into similar features. Although, frankly some just stand alone in their beauty.
These Thursday Doors all have similar “arch”itecture. Enjoy!
To see another Charleston arching “door” with a funny twist, check out my “Gateway to Relief” picture.
My hubby and I recently took a trip to Charleston, SC. Neither of us had every been there before, and we were looking for a fun place to go for the weekend. Charleston was the perfect weekend getaway! There is such a variety of things to do there from shopping, to touring old plantations, to relaxing on the beach. So what was my favorite part??
Today I am linking up with Norm 2.0 for his weekly Thursday Doors. According to Norm, “Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world.”
I’m drawing from my recent Santorini trip because the colors there are breathtaking!