All about Hoofbeats & Footprints Project 365/340 – Holiday Entryways By Emily Carter on December 17, 2013 • ( 17 Comments ) Share this:TweetEmailLike this:Like Loading... Categories: All about Hoofbeats & Footprints Tagged as: art, arts, christmas, churches, decorations, holidays, Maryland, Photography, poetry, postaday, project 365, quotes
Very pretty. Our Garden Club is going to have a Front Door Contest next Christmas Season I can’t wait!
Oh that sounds like so much fun !! I saw a wreath with orchids at Longwood this week. It was stunning. Are you going to participate in it?
Yes as the secretary I will have too I am looking forward to designing it it will be fun we are a little country town with so many new homes of all types it will be nice if they all get into the spirit! 🙂 I will have to take photos so you know there will be a blog post 🙂
We have come a long way, haven’t we since January 1, 2013! I will always remember our adventure! 🙂
You have been so kind to join me on this tough, but glorious journey. I’ve learned so much, and you have shared such insight and beauty throughout the year. Next year we can rest a bit. But somehow I’m guessing we’ll keep wanting to photograph all the time. 🙂
I have always like this quote from LOTR. When we started off, I didn’t know what a “glorious journey” it would be! And once you begin with one photo it leads to the next and next….
“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings
Knock, knock. Open the door please. I choose the green door. Looks very Irish. Mind you, the other is just as good since you are an excellent photographer.
I do love your comments. I love the green door too. This is an old community center, although it looks like a church, it never was. XXOO on the compliment.
I love both the theme and the photos! Great idea!
Somehow I have a thing about doors and Christmas decorations. So happy you liked these.
Merry Christmas dear Emily! Loving the glorious richness of this season here! Sharon
Sharon – my love – how are you !! It’s always a breath of cheer to see your beautiful face here. Merry Christmas to you too, and hope you’re having wonderful and fun things planned with your family.
So lovely to hear from you! We’re leaving for Norway tomorrow to spend Christmas there with family! Sending you and your family all the joy, love and peace of this season! Much love and hugs from here, Sharon xx
I’ve got lots of these photos as our winter puts are always in front of doors 😚
I bet the wreaths that you put together are glorious !
Thank you! Yes were driving now. Just got out of Indianapolis. On our way to Louisville. Traffic is good so should make good time. Yeah!
Yeah back !! Be careful and I’ll be thinking of you during your journey tonight.