Thursday Doors – April 21, 2016

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A Few Oddball Doors in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Dipping back into my archives I found this selection of oddball doors in interesting shapes, sizes and colours. All are from an afternoon-long Doorscursion in the beautiful seaside town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

Double Garage Doors

Double Garage Doors

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Below deck door on the Bluenose

Below deck door on the Bluenose

Purple Garage Doors

Purple Garage Doors

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Old coal or ice chute door?

As always, thanks 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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56 Responses to Thursday Doors – April 21, 2016

  1. Pingback: U is for Um, Share Your World #17 | joeyfullystated

  2. I’ve got an oddball idea for Thusrday Doors might just join in next week!

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  3. Love all those luscious colours and especially the first one of the garage doors – teal and white trellis – perfect!

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  4. reocochran says:

    Norm, this was a fantastic set of oddball doors and you gave us a fine selection to choose from. I found the green to be the most unique like thy decided a window would show too much so they made it half covered with a window above. There is a silly commercial with a pony which is loved by a single woman and I think the song calls him a “funny little man.” This green door looked like a miniature horse stall door! 🙂

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      I haven’t seen that commercial but that is a funny connection to miniature horses; they’d have to be micro-horses though – I doubt this door was more than 20″ tall 😀

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  5. Very nice! I recognize most of those doors!😉

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  6. jesh stg says:

    My favorite door is the one on the boat – probably because of the association of taking a boat trip:) It fits, but I don’t think I would paint my doors purple:)) Thanks for hosting!

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  7. jan says:

    I really like the green one – ice shute I would say! Coal would strain the door too easily! Alas, third doorless week for me. I know – I need to get out more!

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  8. the green door is marvelous 🙂

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  9. Really nice collection of colorful oddball doors! I like the doors on the ship and that little green door. Can you imagine having to go through it!

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  10. Nato says:

    Great collection! Who doesn’t enjoy a good ole doorscusion! Thanks for sharing and inspiring 🙂

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  11. Very different from idea last weeks, Fun…Here’s mine still no pingbacks
    https://piecesofstarlight.wordpress.com/2016/04/20/odd-ball-dog-catching/

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  12. facetfully says:

    Another thumbs up post! I like the little green door too, but am mostly intrigued by the optical illusion of a false wall in the second image! Happy shooting!

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  13. joannesisco says:

    I love oddballs and this is a great selection.

    The little crawl space door is cute, but my favourite is the purple doors on the pale blue building. It’s an unusual colour combination and I admire the boldness of the owners to run with it. I think it works and I really like it.

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  14. joey says:

    I do so like the oddballs 🙂 Love the blue and white / white and blue garages! 🙂

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  15. marianallen says:

    I think the tiny one is probably to a crawlspace under the building — I say this as someone who had one under a house we used to have. The glass is brilliant: crawlspaces aren’t known for being well-lit….

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  16. pommepal says:

    A great selection of colourful doors. The little green one is certainly an oddball. I went for a country drive today and this is what I found… https://pommepal.wordpress.com/2016/04/21/thursday-doors-mooball/

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  17. I like when people take time to make doors other than just their front door attractive and colorful. I especially like the door on the boat and the tiny door.

    janet

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  18. Love the Tall Ship doors, Norm. That little green one is intriguing. Is that your reflection in its tiny glass panel?

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  19. Beautiful post Norm!!
    After a time away, I return to post an interesting door seen at the Chelsea Market in NYC. I hope you like it:
    https://bclphoto.net/2016/04/21/thursday-doors-chelsea-market/

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  20. Dan Antion says:

    I love that the little door at the bottom includes a glass panel. I also like the double cross-buck doors at the top. Some of these are so colorful – great photos, Norm!

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  21. Ruth says:

    I particularly love the little green and white door at the end 🙂

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  22. I like the Bluenose Door !

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  23. Nice Easter eggy colors.

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