Thursday Doors – October 27, 2016
This week’s submission to Norm 2.0‘s Thursday Doors.
Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite door photos from around the world.
Today a travel photo. I was in Saint John, New brunswick on business last week and though I brough my camera gear, I found little time to be a tourist. Rather, I made most of my images with my Iphone as I took a quick stroll through Saint John’s wonderful victorian streets.
The doors here are plentiful and beautiful. Germain Street is especially lovely, though there is a great variance in the condition of the homes and their doors. Some building have been meticulously updated and maintained, hearkening to San Francisco, while others are surprisingly run down and unkempt. The door above is somewhere between and seems to have been neglected of late. I’m attaching a Google Streetview for you if you feel like taking a quick tour.
Nice find. Looking on the street view there’s a gorgeous big old Victorian house across the street too.
The entire street is lined with wonderful doors. A local artist has made a poster of her paintings of them. https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/6a/34/27/6a34270973b39489b9c177051b8903bb.jpg
For a split second I thought someone had uploaded one of my photos… 🙂
So many doors 🙂
Thanks for providing Street link…enjoyed that…
I can hear that door crying, “Gimme some love…and a bit of paint!” 🙂 Nice find, Ed.