Above, a faux chalk door at La Place, a restaurant not far from my house.
Below, a lovely silhouette in the lobby of The Queechee Inn in Queechee Vermont. We traveled to green and beautiful Vermont in June for the wedding of a family friend.
And this sign at the Burlington Town Center in Vermont gets the prize for prettiest mall bathroom door.
A carved wooden sign at the Queechee Gorge Village, a series of antique and other shops.
The Circle K where we stopped for gas in Ossipee, New Hampshire.
The Ice House in New Castle, New Hampshire.
This gentle giant gazes at you when you sit on the pot at the Ice House.
The very elegant door at Wentworth by the Sea in New Castle, New Hampshire.
From my friend Justin, who teaches English in China. This unisex sign hangs outside the art museum in Ningbo.
From reader Candace, who found this sign at a dive bar in Charlestown, South Carolina. Neither she nor her husband can remember the name of the bar. Sounds like they had a pretty good time!
Candace snapped this a way cool fish made of liquor labels.
And she found this door at Jalapenos in Annapolis, Maryland.
Brand new friend and blog reader Greta poses outside a ladies room in Amsterdam.
From Lilly, a photo snapped at The Strand in Galveston, Texas.
And I found this one at Old Town, San Diego.
As I stood in front of the ladies room at Maggiano’s at Southpoint Mall in Durham, North Carolina, a woman said, “You must being doing something arty.” I explained that I photograph interesting ladies room doors for my blog. “I like this bumpy glass,” I told her.
On the way out she said, “Why don’t you take the back of the door too?” So I did!
What an amazing world! Art abounds, even in bathrooms, if you keep your eyes open for it. May you find today the ladies room door of your dreams (and snap a photo for me). Thanks!
Giveaway Winners: Here’s the latest list:
Sue won Dr. Paul Lam’s Born Strong: From Surviving the Great Famine to Teaching Tai Chi to Millions.
Stephanie won Carol E. Wyer’s Grumpy Old Menopause.
Barbara won Uno, a celebration of games on George Schalter’s post.