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Thursday Doors – March 3, 2016

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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 and sharing your own Thursday Doors post … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – January 14, 2016

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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 and sharing your own Thursday Doors post … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – September 10, 2015

Here’s another of the many doors I captured during a visit to Québec City last winter. There’s nothing particularly special about this one in terms of construction or design and it certainly isn’t the oldest door you’ll find there either. I did not … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – July 23, 2015

While I’m away attending a trade show and trying not to melt in the mid-summer Las Vegas heat, I thought now would be a good time to pull out another of the many beautiful doors I captured during our February visit … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – July 16, 2015

A number of years ago the company my wife works for decided that rather than continue renting their office space, it would make more sense in the long term for them to buy their own building. The place they settled on was an … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – June 18, 2015

Another Montréal Church door for you this week. Built in 1911 Église Sainte-Cécile is on de Castelnau East on the northern edge of Montreal’s Little Italy. As you can see this door has fallen into a bit of a state … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – June 11, 2015

This is one of many ornate doors found at Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California. Publishing tycoon William Randolf Hearst spared no expense building this luxurious hilltop mansion that would serve as his retreat to entertain his rich, powerful and famous … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – June 4, 2015

In December of 1881 upon returning from a trip to Montréal, Mark Twain was famously quoted in the New York Times for saying, “This is the first time I was ever in a city where you couldn’t throw a brick without breaking … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – May 28, 2015

Back to Québec City again for another one of the many beautiful doors I captured during our February visit to the old town. This law office seems to have spared no expense in fancying up the main and side entrances to … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – May 14, 2015

Another one from our visit to Québec City this past February. This is the entrance to an Inn in the old touristy part of the upper city not far from the Château Frontenac. It has definitely seen better days and despite … Continue reading

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