While not particularly pretty, I like this door to California’s first brick house because the structure still exist — still standing, and I like the contrast of the fading white paint and the red-orange hued bricks. It is located in downtown Monterey, and part of the State Park buildings in “oldtown”.
You will find many interesting doors and doorways in the historic, downtown Monterey area. Here are a few…
Door related details are also fun to photograph…
A few door photographs in the little town of Moss Landing, California (the red doors to the Old Post Office, door to a railroad car, parked at the Haute Enchilada restaurant and art gallery, and an antique store, with details in the following gballery).
And broken down or missing doors, at the barracks of the old Fort Ord military base in the Monterey bay… These buildings will soon be demolished to make way for new housing developments and shopping / office / university buildings.
A favorite door related photo are the banners above the entrance to the Moss Landing Marine Laboratory.
A great reminder for all of us, to take time each day for the things we love to do… whatever doorway we enter or leave from.
Note: You can see more photos from the open house post at the Moss Landing Marine Laboratory here, including their “internet famous” blob fish.
Posted for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge theme “Door”.