Thursday Doors – January 8 – 2015

This is a side door from St. James the Apostle Anglican Church on Ste-Catherine Street in Downtown Montréal.

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The side door is a lot less decorative than the main one but I loved the rich colour of the stained oak. I also really liked the skewed perspective I was getting by shooting wide angle while standing part way down the steps; in fact I may have been crouching or kneeling when I took this shot to further amplify the effect.

Let me know what you think, and as always thank you for looking 🙂

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About Norm 2.0

World’s youngest grumpy old man & heart failure wonder boy. Interests: writing, woodworking, photography, travel, tennis, wine, and I know a bit about power tools.
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20 Responses to Thursday Doors – January 8 – 2015

  1. Love the perspective and how the tree hovers over top. 👍😊

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  2. Sabina says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! One of my favorites of your doors for sure.

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  3. K. Renae P. says:

    Wow. This is a great shot. I can’t believe that is a side door.

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  4. grandmalin says:

    Beautiful result! I tried to take a photo like this once and nearly toppled over backwards. You’ve captured the majesty perfectly.

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  5. Amy Sampson says:

    That’s a side door? Wow!

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  6. Gene'O says:

    I love these door photos. I wish my hometown had more ornamental architecture.

    Also, no sure if it’s new, or it’s just taken me this long to notice, but that header image is superb.

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Thanks for the kind words.
      I bet you’d be surprised what you find if you went looking for interesting doors in your area.
      The new header is from Boboli gardens in Florence Italy. I put it up when i did the re-brading last week. I use it on my Twitter page as well.

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  7. Beautiful. I like the light from the windows matching the glass in the side lamps too.

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  8. Nelson says:

    When I take photos like that one, the taller the building is, the more I get the vertigo by just watching in the viewfinder of my camera

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  9. I love church doors.

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