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).
Au Revoir and Thanks For All The Doors!
First off: Happy Thanksgiving to all of our friends in the U.S.
For my last Thursday Doors post for the foreseeable future I thought it would be fun to step out of the back alleys and have a look at some of the front doors that can be found in Montreal’s colourful Plateau Mont Royal neighbourhood.
The Plateau is also the part of town containing the most street-art.
Even on the residential streets, people in this neighbourhood like to use colour as a way to stand out from the ordinary.
One of two major murals in the city dedicated to baseball legend Jackie Robinson for his connection to the city that gave him his start as the first African-American player to break that sport’s Major League colour barrier.
No door in this shot, just another impressive mural featuring a hometown favourite.
Odd colour mix or maybe just the orange glow from the light reflecting back from across the street.
Speaking of across the street….
Variety is the spice of life, after all.
The shape of the window is what attracted me to this one.
Yes, the one under the balcony is as short as it looks.
And a few more highlighting the fun colour choices I mentioned earlier.
There’s so much to love about these ones that I decided they’d be a good place to stop.
To share your own Thursday Doors post don’t forget to paste your link in the comments section below. Remember: you have until noon eastern North American time on Saturday to add your link.
If you have time please do to take a few minutes to visit some of the Thursday Door posts shared by our other contributors.
On a more personal note I want to thank you all so much for your enthusiasm for our fun, silly little club, and also for your support over the past 6 years.
If and when we can all travel again, if you’re going to be in the Montreal area please feel free to reach out and let me know; if it’s at all possible I’ll be happy to meet up with a fellow door lover.
Until then: Take care everyone!