Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Residential entrance - southeast Ocala

An attractive entrance set in Tennessee stacked stone...

28 comments:

Sharon said...

A beautiful grand entrance!

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

With the shoes left at the RED door, are we sure this isn't a Hindo-Episcopalian venue?

What could be behind door #1?

Food for thought!

Jack said...

This is a handsome entry way of substance. Very nice.

Charlotte said...

Very beautiful! And the stones are magnificant. Lovely!

Denmark is a beautiful country. Completely different from Sweden. Denmark is flat, full of green gardens, very tiny, consists of lots of islands with long beaches. Sweden is cliffs and rocks and mountains, great lakes and deep forests.
The culture of the 2 peoples reflects the differences in country size and in the landscapes.

Danes are islanders - Swedes are highlanders-:)

I wish you a very pleasant day, with not too much work.

Olivier said...

belle maison pour oiseaux sur le cote

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

With this grand an entrance, the flooring inside must be of such a nature that it is warranted to leave shoes outside.

Jarart said...

This is a beautiful entry and makes me wonder about what the inside looks like. I like the sandals outside. I wouldn't leave a pair of shoes outside here, a scorpion might take up residence.

Tricia said...

Love the stone... love it! =)

Lois said...

The stone is absolutely beautiful, but the I just love that red door!

Paula said...

Wow, I just put this same color door in at my current residence. It comes out much redder than in the brochure!
:O

cieldequimper said...

The door is gorgeous,and I love those details: the shoes, the birdhouse...

EG Wow said...

WHOA! I bet the rest of the house is mighty nice too!

bfarr said...

If doesn't say 'welcome' nothing does.

I love red doors.

Memphis MOJO said...

I'm jealous. Nice shot.

Randy said...

Wow! I love the look of that stone!

magiceye said...

beautiful!!

Small City Scenes said...

Fa-a-ancy!!!I like the red door too.
I should take a pic of my front door sometime. My Mother painted her front door red too. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Chic! :)
Really a charming entrance and I like the stones and the color of the door.Someone left the sandals to go in!
Léia

Amin said...

Beautiful entrance!

Irredento Urbanita said...

My friend, we have had the same feeling for stones these days.

Regards

Valery

Barcelona Daily Photo

Gunn said...

Love the door!
And the bird house...;)

Sailor said...

I like the stone walls. Beautiful Picture!

Sharon Creech said...

Magnificent stone; love the shoes outside. . .

Doug Hickok said...

The stone work is fabulous. A very attractive entry. Wonderful find Jacob.

Charlotte said...

Thank you!
It's truly great to be here!

I would say that Danes are freer, but Swedes more into their feelings. Swedes like to think before they react, while Danes react here and now - and then sleep on it-:)

It sounds like you're feeling the heat. 100 F - that is too hot. Hope you're able to find a nice and shady place.

Wishing you a wonderful day!

Charlotte said...

Thank you!
It's truly great to be here!

I would say that Danes are freer, but Swedes more into their feelings. Swedes like to think before they react, while Danes react here and now - and then sleep on it-:)

It sounds like you're feeling the heat. 100 F - that is too hot. Hope you're able to find a nice and shady place.

Wishing you a wonderful day!

T. Becque said...

Nice entryway!
Completely agree with your comment about how Americans have lost much in our hectic lifestyles compared to some Europeans. I'm feeling the need to rebel against this idea...

Kate said...

A very grand door with some great glasswork. Intresting to see that someone has removed their shoes before entering. Very considerate!quar

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