Thursday Doors – August 17, 2017

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Loyola Campus Concordia University, N.D.G. – Montréal (Part 2)

You can see what I found in N.D.G. while visiting the Loyola Campus of Montreal’s Concordia University in part one here.

This week I thought we’d continue our walk around some of the main buildings on campus.

Love the reflection in the window

The spots that look like empty panes of glass are not, I checked. They are just newer glass that isn’t as faded or reflective as the older ones.

You know you’re on an old campus when you see a building like this.

Or this.

Columns!

Squeezing this one into a Thursday Doors post might be a bit of a reach 😉

Some modern service doors – but they have doors within doors!!!

I decided to throw this one in from a home right across the street – just too pretty not to.

As always, I thank you for visiting 🙂

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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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51 Responses to Thursday Doors – August 17, 2017

  1. reocochran says:

    Old brick and beautiful reflections in the first one and another where the carvings in stone are so interesting, Norm. The wooden burnished doors are gorgeous. The fire escape is actually set of stairs and your hand included created a reaching to the sky effect.🌞
    Hope your break away and time was happy while relaxing too. I think I just have these two weeks to respond to. . . Smiles, Robin

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  2. susielindau says:

    What a beautiful building and campus. Loyola! I’ve never been!

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  3. Lovely. Psychology building and reaching up for the win.

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  4. I love the architecture. Of course, I always love columns… and those had such an intriguing design. The house across the street looks straight out of a movie! 🙂

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  5. Love the reflection in the window in the first picture. I like the columns and the doors too.

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  6. Candy says:

    Noble doors.I’m in love with the last one 😉

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  7. Wonderful assortment of doors and architecture that you don’t see any more – gorgeous buildings. 🙂

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  8. Vanessa says:

    Love the columns… so grand!

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  9. I love the door with the surrounding columns! And I was especially happy to see your “reach” door… it gives your loyal fans – and door posters – a bit more latitude 😀

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  10. dennyho says:

    The house you share at the very end is very inviting. Could be a house in many a neighborhood I’ve visited over the years. I like…

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  11. jesh stg says:

    The first door you captured, with the pretty glass design. Am glad you also showed the residence across – it gives a warm lived in impression!

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  12. JT Twissel says:

    The door with the columns certainly is unusual! Have a nice hiatus, Norm!

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  13. The main entry is stunning! I agree about that lovely home too. It would be nice to live there.
    Have a fun-filled thriving Thursday!

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  14. nwatkins23 says:

    Great to see some garage doors thrown into the mix!

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  15. joey says:

    Beautiful building with beautiful doors. I like how you checked the glass panes, just to be sure. I think maybe the newer glass makes it even prettier, since they’re keeping them up. Seems more real somehow.
    I LOVE the shot looking up at the fire escape — that’s a fantastic pic! 🙂

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  16. Joanne Sisco says:

    These grand old buildings rarely disappoint with a grand entrance way to complement the effect. I like the doors with the honeycomb windows at the beginning. The wood looks a bit battered but the windows are striking.
    … and yes, doors within a door are always a winner 🙂

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  17. You always find such imposing buildings, Norm, I’ll have to up my game. 😉

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Thank you Jean but seriously, your game is fine as it is. Plus you have at least a few extra centuries of history to work with, so you’re doing great in my book 🙂

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  18. It does seem that windows often add to the beauty of doors. The reflection always changes.

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  19. Beautiful glass panes, and architecture in this series Norm!

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  20. Dan Antion says:

    What. Great collection, Norm. I love the reflections in the window and in the transom of the lower door. Also like the doors within doors. The house across the stree is very pretty, I can see why you included it

    I really like the photo looking up the fire escape. We were just talking about fire escapes st my place. I love the hand reaching up.

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  21. willowdot21 says:

    What a lovely sunny walk around the campus Norman I really enjoyed it! I was impressed to see you reaching for your goals

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  22. dweezer19 says:

    I love that house! The one in the last photo. 👏🏻

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  23. bikerchick57 says:

    Pretty doors, Norm! But I have to say my favorite photo is the far-reaching fire escape. I think that one is art show quality. Love the composition and the addition of your hand.

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