A split red door with a maroon border that must open from the inside. New security lights have replaced older ones, and it is protected by Terracotta shingles. Simple and quaint.
The older I get, the less I know. Or maybe I’m just open to all sorts of possibilities, including the very real possibility that much of what we have been taught may not be true. This includes the notion of heaven and hell, an afterlife, even a supreme being. Much of that does not survive the logic and intelligence test for me. It may all be true, some of it may be true, or none of it. So I’ll go with a door to the afterlife, everything is in black and white, and there is an endless supply of chocolate. And women, lots of women.
Shadows lurk about an interesting building which seems to be in need of repair. The double door appears to be a facade with only one door that opens from the outside. Perhaps the other is an exit which opens from the inside. The doors do suggest a finer past and I suspect this was once an office building.
What appears to be a sticker is some sort of emblem that has been tacked onto a weather beaten and time worn door. Still in use, these doors are part of a large warehouse.
* A close examination has revealed that the emblem says Government Warehouse, and has bars and a badge, to convey a warning. Hmmmm. Wonder what’s in there