I didn’t find too much at the estate sale in Pittsfield yesterday — some old Life magazines and a portable tripod. So after I was done, I wandered around the neighborhood to take pictures and decided to focus on the front doors, which were all kind of sparkly..
What a lovely picture-taking stroll I had: It was a gorgeous day… it’s that time of year, still very much “spring” here in the Berkshires, where everything is a delicious new green… I was on a gorgeous street where the houses are very well kept…. and when people are SO excited to be outdoors again that they have gone out of their way to make the entry ways to their homes welcoming and delightful. These homes were all built in the 1920s and 1930s, I believe. They are colonials and romantic revival tudors, for the most part. But, I’ve cropped that out so what you see are just the front doors and entry ways (and some pups keeping tabs, too!), which make it all kind of… everylastingly timeless. Love.
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