Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors is a weekly link up hosted by Norm over at Norm 2.0.

There’s no rhyme or reason to these doors. I was walking home from work yesterday and decided to take some pictures.

I pass this church on my walk to and from work every day. There’s nothing super spectacular about it – or at least so I thought. I’m not sure what made me pay such close attention to it yesterday, but I did. It’s architecture is actually rather spectacular. I snapped quite a few pics. And in this picture alone, I’m seeing details I hadn’t seen before.

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I decided to walk a slightly different route home and in the process took a short cut through the alley a couple of blocks from my apartment. While walking through the alley, I was startled and when I turned to investigate I discovered the noise came from a rogue squirrel dumpster diving. But more importantly, I spotted this door.

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7 thoughts on “Thursday Doors

  1. That church door is quite magnificent and detailed! It’s funny what we find when we start becoming more observant…at least that’s been my case since I stumbled across “Thursday Doors” in April 🙂 Great finds!! -Amy

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    • Thanks, Amy! I don’t particularly find the architecture in Colorado to be particularly spectacular after growing up in DC, but every now and again a jewel shows itself. And this one after a year and some months has finally revealed itself to me. I was actually taken aback.

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  2. amazing how sometimes we see more in our photographs than we do when we are actually standing there. cameras have come a long way to be able to capture that kind of detail. it is a great (top above) door. the second door is the kind i like too. that panel must have a great story about how it got there. fun to think about. or yikes. maybe not so much. . . .

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    • Thanks Rick for stopping by. Cameras have and I am always surprised by the camera on my phone, which is what I used to take these photos. The second pic is actually my favorite of the two for the very reason you mentioned. When I saw I automatically crafted a story behind it.

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