All week I thought that the photohunt theme this week was wild, and next week was strings. I thought it would work well to show you my wild home for both the last day of the opening doors challenge and for the photohunt theme. At first, when I found out this week was strings for PH, I was flustered until I realized there are strings in my wild environment, in case I ever want to be tidy (like that's going to happen).On the left hand side of the picture, you can see the open door which leads onto my deck from the yard. The door in the middle with the lamp shining through leads from my bedroom onto the deck. Have you found the strings yet? You may have to click inside for an enlargement to see them but there are vertical strings on the wall which is on the right hand side which can be used to support the wild and stringy vines which are growing over the deck wall.
The shot above shows you the top of the door leading into my greenhouse. If you look closely, you may see the horizontal strings which are there to support my roses. If you enlarge the picture you can see the vertical strings on the left side of the greenhouse which used to support clematis until they were killed by a drought and currently support morning glories.
Above is my front door with the virginia creeper which sprung up wild and is growing all over the railing, attaching to the house, and goes around the door. The vine is useful as string when I pull it up.
The last shot shows the doorway of the barn at an old farm house where I lived with friends for a while when I took a break from college in 1977. One of my friends who I lived with, visited in between our 50th birthdays and we checked out the now abandoned farmhouse and barn. A wee bit sad to see it so overgrown with stringy vines covering the barn.
Thank you Jjentje for coming up with this fun opening doors challenge and as always thank you to TNchick for the photohunt. The opening doors challenge was hosted at Heaven in Belgium and for photohunt you can go to PhotoHunt or photohunt