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Thursday Doors

Each week bloggers from around the world share photos of doors. Old doors, new doors, short doors and tall doors.

I love this challenge and think of it often. Sadly many Thursdays fly by before I realize I missed yet another week. I actually downloaded my photos for this week’s challenge several days ago….and still I almost missed it! Fortunately Norm 2.0 gives us until Saturday at noon (Eastern Time) to get our doors posted and shared.

I tend to gravitate toward old doors, worn doors and even doors with no way of reaching them…like the two I am sharing today…second floor doors, without stairs.

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Both photos taken in Snyder Texas. Hopefully both buildings are being refurbished and not just torn down.

If you would like to join the fun or just want to see a bunch of door photos stop by Norm 2.0 for a visit.

Thursday Doors – October 19, 2017

See the gray rectangle toward the top of the building?

Yep…that’s a door.

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I think it takes a special employee to clock in on time every day….when faced with this obstacle!!IMG_3888

If you like looking at doors, taking pictures of doors or climbing through doors…visit Norm 2.0 for Thursday Doors.

Thursday Doors – 8/10/17

I’m really not sure why I didn’t post this photo six months ago. I took the picture with Thursday Doors in mind. I was vacationing in Chelem Yucatan, Mexico last December.

This is the front door to my friend’s house. Steve and Su had the door custom made out of “cedro” (cedar) by a local carpenter.

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The gate was also custom made by a local welder.

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Me and Tina relaxing on the front porch with Harley and Davis

If you love doors or just love looking at other people’s photos – visit Norm 2.0

Thursday Doors – August 3, 2017

Grand Prairie is one of many areas referred to as the mid-cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Recently I happened to be in Grand Prairie for work. As I drove down Main Street I noticed a marquee in the distance. I am always attracted to old theater marquees. And the Uptown Theater did not disappoint. Now that I know it exists I can’t wait to catch a show. IMG_2607

The marquee caught my eye. But when I stopped to take a photo, I noticed the doors. IMG_2611

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The doors remind me of the movie house era, when tickets cost a quarter.  (Not that I remember those days!)

 

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Thursday Doors – March 9, 2017

 

Since finding this challenge I have learned something valuable about myself. I love two types of doors.

One: the entrances to large beautiful churches

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St. Mary’s of the Assumption – Fort Worth Texas

Two: Old abandon buildings

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Abandon building South Fort Worth

It seems I might have missed the middle ground!

This challenge is sponsored by Norm 2.0. Come join the fun…you will start seeing doors in a whole new light.