Day 86 / 2022 Photo Project365

Pink Door, Lifeguards Only

I expect the southern-facing pink door was not always pink. Pretty sure it started its life as a door, proudly sporting fresh paint in a darker, redder hue, which faded in the strong direct and reflected sunlight from the beach sand. Or maybe someone painted over graffitti with pink paint — as they did on the plywood window cover — because they had none of the original paint color available any longer, and kept on going because they liked the pink…

Detail of the locked window and tan brick wall.

Camera: Polaroid SLR 680SE (vintage)
Film: Polaroid 600 Color instant film (new)
Photographer: Russ Murray (vintage) 
Location: Cove Island Park, Stamford, CT

See you tomorrow!  

remages

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