Welcome to Thursday Doors, 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 your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments below, anytime between 12:01 am Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time).
Door aficionados like the ones who contribute to the weekly challenge all understand the experience of walking or driving in a city for the first time. Along with all the sights, you are looking for doors. Some are doors that we make note of, research and go back to investigate. Others are just cool looking doors we know others will enjoy seeing. That’s what I have for you today. Just random doors spotted while walking and driving around Duluth, Minnesota.
In case you missed last week’s post, I included the Thursday Doors schedule. A copy of the schedule is available on the sidebar, under the Thursday Doors badge and URL, but here are the important dates to remember:
December 9th – Next week includes an optional challenge. If you are so inclined, I am suggesting that you share holiday doors. There are many holidays celebrated this time of year, and you are welcome to call attention to any holiday you prefer. Since the challenge is optional, you are also free to ignore it. Thursday Doors, the no pressure blog challenge. As this challenge takes time off at the end of the month, feel free to use photos taken in prior years.
December 16th – This week is traditionally when we share our favorite doors from the current year. What doors were you particularly proud of in 2021? Which ones made you happiest? Which are special. The good news is you already took the photos, and they are in your library.
The 16th is also the day we will begin accepting entries for the 2022 Thursday Doors Badge Contest
I hope you enjoy my gallery, and I hope you have time to visit a few others. If not, remember, I will post all the Thursday Door links on Sunday in the Weekly Recap.
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