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Roosevelt Island, New York City, New York

A visit to Roosevelt Island on Autumn in the island has yellow ginkgo trees, orange cherry trees and red-barked linden trees. It was great to walk around the island again, and as usual, great views of the Long Island City waterfront and midtown Manhattan.

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El número 17.

If I happen to have a house with a wall around the front garden some day, I would love for it to have a beautiful red-brick archway accompanied by a wooden garden door gate. Country, cottagey and kind of magical all rolled into one :)

Hmmm... I love the structure... doubt I would use it though

Heavenly Homes today is all about Art Deco Interior Design. Art Deco is an artistic and decadent style that began in the in Paris – it influenced everything throughout the and from fashion and interior design to architecture and art.

I would love to have a Hobbit door somewhere in my future house.

I want a hobbit door on my house. As a matter of fact I want TWO hobbit doors only house!

Ravello, Italy. Love this texture and colors

An Orange Door in Italy.my favorite color in one of my favorite countries!

My inner landscape : Photo This would look awesome as a water color painting

Gothic Green Door by carol.hasky

Ancient door ~ Kerry, Ireland This door opens up to a beautiful garden probably, I'll never know.

Baška, Krk Island, Croatia

People from island Baška (Croatia) like colorful doors with different shapes.

OMG where is this?!  I want to go to there.  Edit:  It's St Edwards Church in Stow-on-the-Wold.  (Thanks @Callune!)

Stow on the Wold This is the most mysterious looking church door that I know! The yew trees must have been planted many many years ago, and are now part of the structure of the north doorway, and give off a green light!

Rua de Santa Maria N. 39, Funchal, Madeira - Portugal

Painted metal door, Rua de Santa Maria N. Madeira, Portugal by Dmitri Korobtsov.