I have not participated in Thursday Doors in awhile but I am still collecting doors.
Here is one seen in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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Another Thursday brings at least one more door…
…And sometimes more.
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I was visiting friends and family in Quebec City last weekend. While walking through the old city with my friend and her son who was acting as our tour guide, he suggested we have a look at the Holy Door on the north side of the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Quebec. “A door!” I said excitedly. So I explained to them the Norm’s 2.0 Thursday Doors challenge.
Well you don’t have to be an observant Christian to appreciate the beauty of this door made of massive bronze. It was gifted by the Vatican to the Cathedral-Basilica Notre-Dame de Quebec in 2013 to coincide with celebrations of the church’s 350th anniversary. The Basilica is the oldest church in North America. This Holy Door is the only one that exist outside of Europe.
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This week for Norm’s 2.0 Thursday Doors Challenge I am back in Montreal’s alleys again where I spotted something unusual, a “door within a garage door”. Not quite sure how well it works or if it works at all but I felt it was worth sharing.
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Shot last summer, for this edition of Norm 2.0 Thursday Doors.
Because it’s my first year anniversary on WordPress and because I want to end my project on the 24th, I decided to double-up today.
So here is my entry to Norm 2.0 Thursday Doors challenge. Another set of interestingly painted doors for you.
So many garage doors in this alley were painted. As part as the Thursday Doors challenge, I am sharing with you today the first duo. There will be more to come.
I also have to share this very unusual, interesting one. I didn’t think it was worthy of its own entry for today’s challenge but nonetheless. I had never seen something like that. It’s kind of the “Shower curtain” version of a garage door!
Deviating from my regular grungy style of doors, today’s Thursday Doors entry is not plain nor ordinary, but rather stylish in its own way.
Is this a gate? Is this a door? Is a gate considered a door? So many questions!
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