It’s that time of the week again!
Don’t the days fly by… It’s Thursday Doors.
I do love a door. Preferably the older the better. A door where the wood is inches thick and the hinges and bolts are covered in years of rust.
In most photos of doors, you don’t get to see the whole building. But I’ve found a door attached to a building – a very small one, at that……
This shed was on a beautiful allotment site in Winchester, UK. I don’t know if other countries in the world also have this concept of allotments, but basically it’s a small piece of land that you rent from the council at a very cheap price. There will be dozens, or even hundreds, of allotments together on land usually on the outskirts of town. You can do with it what you wish – most people grow fruit and vegetables as an extension of their own garden, or they may not even have a garden. I occasionally see allotments turfed with grass with a little sun house, so the owners can sit on their lawn and soak up the sun. Some allotments look very unkempt, while others are beautifully looked after. A lot of them have sheds where you can lock up your equipment and not have to take it home with you every day.
The shed in this photo looks very well kept, it even has a tub of spring flowers outside the door.
What do you think is behind the door?