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Worn and Weathered – Coastal Doors, Rural Nova Scotia
Windswept salty air can be rough on coastal buildings.
Add the freezing cold temperatures of winter in Canada and you have a recipe for doors with lots of character.
Or perhaps just a lot of rust and chipping paint…
I guess it all depends on how you choose to look at it.
For us door lovers, we don’t see chipped paint, we see texture 😉
and worn, weathered beauty…
Or maybe an opportunity to brighten things up with fun attention-getting colours.
or just a clean fresh coat of paint
However you choose to perceive these doors with character, the small coastal towns and villages in Nova Scotia always have me stopping to admire and capture their rugged beauty.
As always, I thank you for looking 🙂
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