Philadelphia: Introducing the Doors

August 24, 2011 § Leave a comment

I took my first trip to Philly this weekend to see a good friend of mine from high school. She’s at an interesting period in her life, between cities, between relationships, between academic degrees. Anyway, it rained a lot so I didn’t have many opportunities to take photos of the city. The only photos I did take I took on my 15 block walk to Missy’s apartment from the hostel where I stayed. She was going to make me breakfast and delicious coffee, so I was trying to hurry. I’ll go back though, so I’m not too worried about my lack of good photos. Anyway, here are the doors! I know doors are kind of a boring subject matter to most people, but I love doors. I love their wear and tear, I love what they stand for (security, independence, home), and I love how the style of doors change from city to city. Faces of houses, faces of families, faces of communities. I love doors.

next stop: Oz!

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