Consider Yourself Warned

My meager offering for today’s Thursday Doors is a single gate I found leading to a property backing onto an urban trail I was traveling a few weeks ago.

It ticked all the right buttons – a door (of sorts), unusual, and it appeals to my need of organization and order.


Thursday Doors is a weekly photo feature normally hosted by Norm Frampton, but he is on a much-needed vacation, so this week’s hostess is Manja at The Mexi Movie. Β Be sure to check out her post. Β She always has a great collection of doors from Slovenia and Italy.


  1. I like wooden wagon wheels in almost any form, Joanne! Gates are definitely doors to other places. . . I liked this silver strip with ample fine and warning attached.
    Smiles and finishes sent your way. 😊 🏀 🌻


    • Ouch! 40 lashes would be severe punishment!!

      On the other hand, if leaving the gate opened resulted in all the horses or cows getting out, I would imagine that’s exactly how the landowner would feel a reasonable punishment should be πŸ˜‰

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  2. What fun…did you try opening this gate…it looks tricky to do and then if you couldn’t fasten it shut properly you’d be in a whole heap of trouble…guess you just took a snap and walked on by. πŸ™‚


  3. Now Joanne… that is not meager at all. I love the old wheel as a gate, and the composition is beautiful with the flowers in the background. What is it about that kind of wheel? They’re so appealing to me. I guess it makes me think of moving forward. Have a thriving Thursday!


    • Thanks πŸ™‚ Wagon wheels really appeal to me too and this one is certainly used in a unique way. The sign on it was just icing on the cake πŸ™‚
      Hope your Thursday is a good one too!


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