Burlington Doors – #ThursdayDoors

Perhaps that should include “Part-II” since I think I’ve posted doors from Burlington, MA before, but who’s counting? The meetings I attended the week I captured the Lexington doors were held in the Burlington Marriott. The rationale for that, in case you’re interested, is that they give us the easiest option to handle price. We... Continue Reading →

Lexington Doors – #ThursdayDoors

You really can’t get much more central to this country’s (US) becoming a free nation than the Common in Lexington, Massachusetts. Claimed to be the "birthplace of American liberty," Lexington shares in the legend of firing the first shot, tallying the first wounded, winning the first battle and so on and so forth with the... Continue Reading →

This Week of Doors – #ThursdayDoors

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... Continue Reading →

The Cloisters – #ThursdayDoors

This Thursday Doors post is challenging, for two reasons. First. The Cloisters, a recreation of a 13th, 14th and 15th century monastery, is full of wonderful doors. If you find that sentence curious, it’s because The Cloisters was built by John D. Rockefeller from the remnants of at least five European monasteries and stones quarried... Continue Reading →

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