Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Of interviews and cheery red doors :)

Trinity Episcopal Church, Williamsport


It was the town of Williamsport that we were visiting in North-central Pennsylvania. Beautiful town, lovelier people. But of all the reasons on earth, I was there for an interview. Ha! All the while they were interviewing me, I was champing at the bit to hit outdoors and savor the crisp nip in the air. It was too pretty a day to stay indoors and the cheery red doors of a nearby church that I had spotted on my way for the interview, were beckoning moi. Thankfully, they did let us off early :)


Of bright red doors :)

25 comments:

Yankee, Transferred said...

Great photos!

Still said...

Lovely church, the enjoying red door is just like an invitation to enter;

photowannabe said...

So...let us know how the interview went..goes...Penn. would be a beautiful place to live especially for the blogphiles.

photowannabe said...

Oops, I forgot to say how lovely these photos of the stone church and red door are. Really nice shots.

Anna said...

Moi, I love that red door! :)

Geraldo said...

I know what you mean about those clear Winter days, I love them too. Beautiful blue sky, red door, stone church!
About your comment on my blog, I went back to Cris' post, and if you look close you can see that the second locomotive on that train is the same...

Annie said...

That is a cheery door. And the sky is a deep and welcoming blue. No wonder you wanted to go outside to play.

And I hope you get an offer.

The A you saw on the bannister was really a crack in the wood, probably due to drying over the years.

The last adam said...

nice shots! there's something other worldly about churches on winter days...may be they housed Jahanpanah someday! ;)
Hey, when will you know abt ur offer? U already got one?

Gawdess said...

Very welcoming indeed!

Lara said...

beautiful photos. hope the interview was great.

nazzareno said...

great photo, and great idea for the red color of that great door of the church!

gaz said...

those hinges are fantastic.
i hope the sermons are as bold as the door!

YesBut said...

Aren't those big iron door hinges great? I wonder, do they creak?

'JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Hi Moi,
Great photo I lobve th doorcolour and the SUN,good luck (i hope) with the intervieuw

Hug JoAnn

Mark said...

Hi Moi,
That is one cracking red door, looks like a lovely spring day, great light.

Did you get the job or have you to wait?

isabella said...

Are you interviewing with Textron?
Hope you get the job, if that's your wish...
Williamsport is a great place to raise a family ;-)

JAM said...

Beautiful light + perfectly clear air + beautiful subject matter = amazing photos.

I love how the colors and the details jump out in these.

bluemountainmama said...

presbyterian or lutheran church? i think i heard somewhere that the red door symbolizes jesus' blood.

beautiful shots!

Nikon said...

Hi Moi,
Beautiful shot! The blue sky, and the stones & trees & that fabulously red door all combine beutifully for a wintry shot.

Kerri said...

You have such a talent for postitioning a shot! What is that called..perpective? Anyway, wonderful photos...the red door is so rich against the beautiful stone work.
I'm so pleased to hear your good news :)

Kerri said...

Beautiful Door Moi! And the stone is lovely as well!
Hope the interview went well!! PA is not that far from Virginia :)

ruth said...

You got that beautiful blue and red, and with the stone, so beautiful! Best wishes on everything!

Sand said...

I hope you enjoyed your time in PA, seems like you did. the photos are fantastic!

Z said...

Hi Moi, I'm sorry I haven't been visiting lately and I seem to have missed out on some news, such as that the move to the west coast is completely out and that you're concentrating on the east now... I wish you well wherever you end up.

Cris said...

How did it go? Have you heard from them yet? Moi, it's a bromelia on the Valentine's Day post. Have a nice one!