Friday, September 01, 2006

Seattle Live-Aboard's Doorway

Posted by Picasa Many people here in Seattle live on board their houseboats and boats. This shot is of the port door of The Compass Rose which was in a slip on Lake Union (that's the Aurora Bridge in the background). This cabin door was just so sweet, I just couldn't resist! (For a view of the entire boat, click here)

46 City Daily Photo bloggers around the globe are participating in the September 1st theme day: Doorways. Please use the links to below to visit them. (Due to time zone differences and other factors, the theme photo may not be displayed until later if you are viewing early in the day.)

1 - Porto (Portugal) -2 - Copenhagen (Denmark) -3 - Trier/Treves (Germany) -4 - Hyde (UK) -5 - Greenville, SC (USA) -6 - Trondheim (Norway) -7 - Manila (Philippines) -8 - Willamette Valley, OR (USA) -9 - Cottage Grove, MN (USA) -10 - Alexandria, VA (USA) -11 - Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) -12 - Guadalajara (Mexico) -13 - Szentes (Hungary) -14 - Sydney (Australia) -15 - Wellington (New Zealand) -16 - Sharon, CT (USA) -17 - Albuquerque, NM (USA) -18 - Washington, DC [Passante] -19 - Chattanooga, TN (USA) -20 - Antigua (Guatemala) -21 - Rotterdam (Netherlands) -22 - Portsmouth (UK) -23 - Ryde (UK) -24 - Saarbrücken (Germany) -25 - London (UK) -26 - Newcastle (UK) -27 - Singapore -28 - Aliso Viejo, CA (USA) -29 - Seattle, WA (USA) [Kim] -30 - Sandiego, CA (USA) [Felicia] -31 - Jakarta (Indonesia) -32 - Vallauris (France) -33 - Brussels (Belgium) -34 - Seattle, WA (USA) [Susan] -35 - Stavanger (Norway) -36 - Paris (France) -37 - Sainte Maxime (France) -38 - Hong Kong (HK) -39 - Oulu (Finland) -40 - Trujillo (Peru)-41 - Berlin (Germany) -42- Vantaa (Finland) -43 - Melbourne (Australia) -44 - Delta, CO (USA). This just in: For 45 and 46, click the links to the right for Parma, Italy, anEdinburghghScotlandnd.

23 comments:

Felicia said...

Cute little window there! Looks like the doorway belongs to a beautiful wooden boat too.

Meg Nakagawa said...

Hey, your clock says it's still 11PM - but I'm glad you posted early. We're getting towards the end of Friday. I didn't think of doors not attached to houses/buildings. Good thinking!

santy said...

uniquely seattle! love it :)

John said...

Something a bit different for the theme... nice and simple, but a great shot.

Susan said...

Oh your so clever...this is great!

Susan said...

ACK! It's "you're". I hate not being able to edit!

Lavender Lady said...

It's a great door...and a cute twist on the theme!

Kris said...

i believe this is the only door not on ground..good entry!

dutchie said...

Creative thinking!

~tanty~ said...

Good thinking and very creative! Good shot Kim!

Liz said...

we are partecipating to the Theme day too :-)

Marie McC said...

Oh, what a great idea! And great shot!

Denton said...

Great choice for Seattle. The photo perspective make me think the top door would not meet flush with the bottom door. Does it?

Michael said...

This one has to be one of the most unique! Great idea for your door!

Helen said...

Awesome! I love the half door!

kaa said...

doorways afloat.. good choice.. unique and interesting!

Vancouver Daily Photo said...

How many of us say 'I could have done that' after the fact. Great choice.

anne said...

Oooh this one is cute! Love the small window :)

Rodney said...

Nice find! I didn't think of a boat. Great shot.

Passante said...

Unique and creative——congrats!

Sally said...

Fantastic idea and execution, Kim. Love it.

Kala said...

what a great doorway pic and very representative of seattle - such a beautiful city indeed!

Chris said...

Kim, you are so creative with that shot ! Like Sally said "Fantastic idea and execution"

A boat door : i should have thought about that !