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 Church Doors
It looks like one more week of recycling for me and since the churches in last week’s post proved pretty popular, I figured I’d go to that well one more time.
This week let’s explore some of the beauties I’ve captured off the island of Montreal and around the province of Québec. As was the case last week with some of these I don’t remember their names but I could lead you to each one of them if I had to 😉
This lovely fall shot is from Église St-Henri in Mascouche not far from home.
Another one in a small town not too far from home – love that gorgeous entranceway!
Found this one in the town of Wakefield just east of Ottawa.
In Montebello, also near Ottawa – isn’t this one of the oddest colours you’ve ever seen for a church door?
I loved the sturdy fieldstone construction of this one in Rawdon.
Another one not too far from home in the town of St-Lin.
A few years ago I got some great ones at a Benedictine Monastery we visited in the Eastern Townships.
I loved capturing this red brick beauty in the town of Standstead near the U.S. border.
I found a whole series of these cute little roadside traveler’s chapels on Ile D’Orléans near Québec City.
And the grand-daddy of awesome church doors in the Québec City region are these stunning pieces of artwork on the Basilica at Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré.
Isn’t the artistry amazing?!
I hope you enjoyed these. Let me know which one/ones you liked best and don’t forget to share the link to your Thursday Doors post in the comments section below.
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