Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments below, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time).
More Weathered and Worn Doors
A little more recycling this week. All of these are shots that were used in previous posts but after a few years, I think they’re worth another look:
Summer 2016 – An old barn converted into a bakery in St-Eustache, Québec.
I remember when I took this shot there was a fellow I couldn’t see who was watching me from inside the screen door while I was setting up my shot. For a chuckle he decided to startle the crap out of me by shouting out the French equivalent of “Hey you! What the hell are you doing with that camera?” 😀
Of course, after that we had to go inside to check the place out. The bread was delicious.
The good news with this one hiding in the underbrush behind an empty lot in Montreal’s North End Villeray district is that it won’t be visible anymore. I drove past this part of town a few weeks before the lockdown and a new building was going up on this empty lot.
A weathered barn found on a lavender farm in the Magog region of Québec’s eastern townships, not far from the border with the U.S. which is currently closed – something I never thought I’d see happen 😦
From Montréal’s Plateau Mont-Royal district, Winter 2016 – I’m still trying to figure out what this is supposed to mean, but it was compelling enough to capture.
An old door in need of some serious TLC on an almost 300 year-old historic building in L’Assomption, Québec.
These last two shots are also from the Villeray District.
I just happen to visit this part of town more often so I always manage to find worn doors with ‘character’ there, but despite what these doors might suggest, it’s actually a lovely quiet urban residential neighbourhood; I swear 😉
And last but not least this rickety old shed door found near St-Cuthbert in the Lanaudière region north-east of Montréal.
Let me know which ones you like best and of course, feel free to post and share your own Thursday Doors.
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