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Such an austere and formal doorway.
Quite an elegant doorway. But it doesn't seem to go with the building behind it...To answer your question - we have never stayed at the Gainesville Hilton. Probably never will seeing as how our kids are way past college age!
I have had a blogger problem today commenting on some blogs and not on others. Frustrating, isn't it?
Classic is correct, love that detail above the door.
I like the curved lines. When I see craftsmanship like this it makes me wonder how they build them.
it has such character!
I sometimes wonder what the faces decorating such doorways are supposed to communicate. That's a very big double door - did horses once ride through it?
I love this doorway! It even looks like my dog has been scratching it. :o)— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
I think this door is gorgeous, also, Ciel. I like the color. I've had trouble commenting on blogger blogs lately quite often. Sharon
I think you're right.
One of your best lately, I really like this one!
I love the combination of the simple door with the ornate surround. Wonderful shot.
The door is beautiful!I like classic style!Leia
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What a face! Very lovely doorway :D
Lovely photo of a beautiful door!Jazzy regards from the Rotary International convention in New Orleans
I would love a "classical door" at our house!
It is a beautiful door and doorway. Love your last posting too.Blogger is giving me pains also. I cannot even access my other blog. &*%$#&&*%$#@!!!!!MB
It is a gorgeous doorway. I like the color of the doors and it is a perfect match to the color of the stone around it.
Really handsome doorway and doors. I've not seen any like that in my area.
I agree with Jacob, the door and decor are so elegant, but seem mismatched with the little we see of the building.
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