Thursday Doors – July 9, 2020

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). 

Ruelles Vertes in Rosemont/Petite-Patrie, Montréal (Part #2)

Here are a few more shots from my recent exploration of Montréal’s Ruelles Vertes/Green Laneways.

In case you missed it you can find out what they’re all about by checking out my post from last week here.

This seemed appropriate in a place that tries to soften the rough edges of daily urban life by adding a little more green space and a little less asphalt:

Like how I squeezed a door from across the street into the shot?

“The earth does not belong to man, it is man who belongs to the earth.” I can’t help but wonder how much better off we’d all be if more people thought this way.

Simple beauty

This is a door. I swear it is. I even checked 😉

They can’t all be pretty.

Urban gardening even when you don’t have the space for it. Bravo!

And a few garage doors to finish off:

To share your own Thursday Doors post just paste your link in the comments section below so that others can visit and have a look at your discoveries. Remember: you have until noon eastern North American time on Saturday to add your link.

As always, if you have the time, please take a few minutes to visit some of the Thursday Door posts shared by our other contributors.

Thank you for looking 🙂 

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About Norm 3.0

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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71 Responses to Thursday Doors – July 9, 2020

  1. Love the murals. Yeah, Native Americans had the right idea of preserving the land. Too bad we never learned from them.

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  2. slfinnell says:

    Dropping in for a Door Check 😉 Seeing all the creative green spaces is pretty cool! Who knows how one might see a great idea for themselves right?! See ya next round!

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  3. I love the Ruelles Vertes program, and I really enjoyed your photos from last week and this! The laneway with the Minions was fantastic as well as the Theatre de la Ruelle. I’m all for less asphalt and more green. Take care!

    Here’s my post for this week.

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  4. lolaWi says:

    lovely second series of doors from the lanesways. the fourth door is interesting and unique. here’s mine, again from the archives.

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  5. Teresa says:

    Jealous that you are able to do all this walking around once more. Some areas of Melbourne are back in lockdown, but happy that we can view your wonderful photos. Here is mine

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  6. Love this sequel, Norm! You found a great place for the doorscursion!

    I’m on time for this post, but don’t expect this to happen every time. Here’s my contribution:

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  7. Thats a good quote and all the doors are nice too!

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  8. China Dream says:

    hello everyone, love the doors this week, here is mine

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  9. I love them all, even the (not) pretty in pink.

    I’m still taking it easy and breathing in Slovenia and all it has to offer. My blog will understand, I’m sure. Here are some one-year-old doors that I forgot to post from our regional Tuscany capital Grosseto.

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  10. Great combo of doors, Norm. Love the murals, raised beds, and the simple door with no hardware. 🙂

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  11. Glad you checked on that one door Norm. It didn’t look like a door at first, then I noticed it was a jar. Guess that was you checking. Lovely story on Montreal doors and the program to green the laneways.
    This is my post for Thursday Doors. Hope you enjoy.

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  12. Another great set of images, Norm. This is my last post on TD for a while as I am now in rural Zambia. Here is the final Old Hunstanton beach hut door selection

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  13. .lily says:

    Great doors!

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Thanks and welcome 🙂
      By the way I did go over and leave a comment on your post but it seems the WordPress spam filter ate it. You may need to go into the Spam or Pending folder in the comments tab of your WP admin and release me from spam jail.
      I do hope you’ll join us again whenever you have doors you want to share 😀


  14. Great use for those unfinished shelves; turn them into a door!

    A simple door this week:

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  15. I found just one interesting door this week. Here from Edmonton is One Giant Leap.

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  16. Ally Bean says:

    What an interesting collection of doors. Those last ones are like none I’ve seen before. As always your photos delight.

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  17. Photographias says:

    The third one is just perfect.
    Here is mine for this week:

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  18. Never thought I would be posting about doors and social distancing. But here is a great door and building from Plymouth gold country.

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  19. You found some unusual hours today, Norm, especially the one you swear is a door, and also some lovely street art. The first set especially gets my attention today. I’m virtually back in Philadelphia today for my doors.


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  20. scooj says:

    These are absolutely my kind of door heaven. I rather like the pinkish door with little dints in it. Great also to see that you have had some lovely sunny weather.

    More graffiti doors…

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  21. Sheree says:

    Another interesting selection
    Here’s my selection

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  22. Great doors Norm. Even the ugly ones are interesting. Mine are colourful this week.

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  23. Dan Antion says:

    I like that garage door(s) at the bottom, and the street art. There is something special that happens when people try to make things better, even ordinary things. Thanks for taking us along, Norm.

    My doors are over here –

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  24. Debbie Smyth says:

    I was very happy to explore more of these wonderful ruelles, Norm. An idea that ought to be spread around the world.
    I’ve gone old and wooden this week:

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  25. And yet another one from Zabou and a reappearance of the doors of the Bell pub in Spitalfields, London. Here’s an extract from the artists website that explains the piece:

    My previous mural on the side of the Bell Pub in Whitechapel featured Jack The Ripper, whose murders (according to legend) took place very near the venue.

    I’ve refreshed the wall by creating this cabinet of curiosity themed artwork – which echoes the decoration inside the pub. This was a way of using the multiple frames as shelvings showcasing weird objects.

    The main character, holding a magnifying glass, raises his hand to pick up a pedestrian walking past – what a great add-on to his collection!

    “Cabinet of Curiosity” – Zabou – 6x4m – London, UK – 2016”

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  26. A wonderful mix, Norm, and quite a few doors in brick color 🙂 which I loved.

    First, you have pulled a striking quote into your post and, although I was familiar with it, I had to look it up. “How can you buy or sell the sky, the warmth of the land? The idea is strange to us.” said Chief Seattle further and I can see the tragedy behind his words. The mural is beautiful, from the choice of colors to the idea of a hand holding a magnifying glass… and I liked how you squeezed a door into the shot 😉

    My fav door will be the ‘simple beauty’ 🙂 but the repurposed back closet (??) is equally intriguing.

    Today my Thursday Doors post looks at only three doors from Corvin Castle, Romania, but also at a short history of door knocking and a few coat of arms 🙂

    Have a great weekend and many thanks.

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  27. Creative images..I am going to run around the neighborhood to get photos and join your challenge.🙂

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