It’s tough to schedule a doorscurrsion when you’re on the road 11 out of 18 days, which has been the second half of March for me. Of course, like all good little children-of-the-Norm, I have doors in reserve for these times. I was going to reach into the closet and grab one of those sets, when Mary suggested a different approach. Yes, this is Mary’s fault. In my doors post, At the Reservoir, Mary left a comment on the photo of the door of an earthmover:
“I’m surprised you haven’t done a Thursday crane door post. I bet it’s allowable. Something to think about…”
Come to think of it, I’m surprised too.
The good news, for me, is that I have a group of 140 crane photos on Flickr. Relax! I did NOT include all of them. My point is, that with so many crane photos out there, I was able to collect 15 or so to use, while sitting in my hotel room at night.
I don’t have much to say about these doors, other than the caveat that you may have to search hard to find the “door” on some of these, but I do think there is one in each photo. Keep in mind that you may have to peak through the glass to see the inside of the door. Or, you could just take my word for it. I did try to include some information in the captions, as to where the crane was working.
Thursday Doors is a weekly construction project, orchestrated by renowned virtual real estate developer, Norm Frampton. If you want to participate, share a door(s), draw a door, talk about a door; lift your load and swing the boom over to Norm’s site. Once there, check-in by looking at Norm’s doors, maybe leave a comment, and look for the foreman (identified by the blue frog). Click on him and lower your doors alongside doors from all over the world.