The plan for today was to continue my exploration of Woburn, Massachusetts, but something happened on the way to my post. Work got in the way. I’ll spare you the boring details. Suffice it to say, I agreed to do something that will take the time in which I was planning to write my Doors post. It’s not a big deal. Things happen.
However, a different coworker came to my rescue. He is on a river tour in Europe. He knows about Thursday Doors and he sent me several. As a matter of fact, he sent me a couple when he was on a business trip to Prague last month. Between the two set, I have a nice group of doors to share.
Thursday Doors is a fun weekly blogfest established and maintained by Norm Frampton. Each week, Norm invites bloggers, photographers, artists and door lovers from around the world to visit his site. If you have some doors to share, we’d all love to see them. Head over to Norm’s place and leave us a link to follow. If you just want to see some doors, well, do the same thing without the link.
I don’t know where this building is, but I like it.
I think it has been established that gates are doors.
I love the construction of this door / set of doors. The fan has been braced by a truss of sorts. It appears that the fan might even open.
A little less ornate, but I like the color.
The door on the right includes the center stile. I’m guessing that the left hand door includes a similar feature and that they overlap. If you look closely, you can see an angled cut in the base rail indicating where the doors meet.
Hey, he included this when they were visiting a small town in France, so I included it here.
Cathedral in Strasbourg
I was going to crop this closer, but I left the lamp for Joey.
My coworkers is one of the people I walk to Dunkin’ Donuts with. He also periodically enjoys lunch at McDonald’s – he was feeling right at home when he sent this.
The signage indicates that this is a church, dating back to 1618.