Between illness and weather, 2019 still hasn’t brought forth a doorscursion opportunity, or so I thought. Then I realized that there are everyday doors that I pass every day, along with some somewhat-special doors I don’t normally have the chance to photograph. For instance, there were some beautiful doors on a building on the Big-E fairgrounds. Faith and I attended a woodworking show there on Sunday. As we were driving out, I spied the two sets of identical doors that I hadn’t ever seen closed. Normally, these two buildings are hopping with activity. So, I stopped and snapped. As we left the fairgrounds, we saw what appeared to be an abandoned cement plant. Normally, police officers keep the exit lines moving along smartly. On Sunday, we stopped to investigate.
On Monday, I noticed doors while sitting at traffic lights on my way home. Doors while sitting behind school buses unloading children. Doors while waiting to turn from one road to another. Every building has a door, and I spend a lot of time sitting across the street from them. I also encountered a few doors I don’t normally see, so I thought I’d toss them in, too.
This post, and the doors in the gallery are part of a weekly festival of doors called Thursday Doors. All this fun is brought to you courtesy of Norm Frampton. If have the opportunity to go on a doorscursion, of if you’re just passing through a neighborhood and have your camera or phone handy, snap a few pics of some interesting doors. Then, if you want to join us and have some fun, drive over to Norm’s neighborhood and drop your doors in the capable hands of the little blue frog. Just go to Norm’s place, it will all make sense.