The title should say: “Part-II” but I think it might get crowded onto a second line. Unlike the doors featured in “Walk to Javits,” the doors featured today were seen on the trip back to my hotel last month. Well, back to my hotel, via The Molly Wee, but that’s to be expected of me.
Today’s collection includes some eclectic doors, some true New York doors and some photos of St. Patrick’s Cathedral that caused me to hold off and post this group close to Christmas.
Since we are getting close to Christmas, and other holidays are happening or approaching, I know your time is precious. I am going to say very little today in this post (you know how hard that is for me). I have included the information about the doors in the descriptions of the photos, so it’s kind of an ‘opt-in’ approach. If you’re interested, you can read.
I will point out that I was taking this walk on Veterans Day and the parade went right in front of St. Pat’s. This limited my ability to take the kind of door photos I would have loved to have taken. Sadly, the NYPD doesn’t yet extend diplomatic immunity to Thursday Door photographers. I hear that Norm is working on that.
These doors are in response to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge. Actually, it’s not an arduous challenge, you only need a door and a link to his page and a few seconds to click on the little blue link thingie. In fact, you don’t even have to post on Thursday. Norm is from Canada where Thursdays are frequently cancelled due to snow, so you have until noon Saturday to submit your Thursday door – how sweet is that?