Thursday Doors | June 22, 2017
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.
“322 Dundas Street West” – Toronto
In this image, it’s the doorway, not so much the doors that draw my attention. Along this stretch of Toronto heritage buildings, and across from the Art Gallery of Ontario, this one really stands out, with its fuchsia columns and yellow brick. I had to go through my media library to verify I had not posted it previously and it turns out that I have not.
I found that odd, that I have not yet posted an image of doors that I have enjoyed for several years. As it turns out, my oldest daughter’s friend lived here for a few years. It is a small world.
iPhone 7 back camera @ 4.0mm
1/300 sec; f/1.8; ISO 80
I feel like there must have been some great house parties behind that door. Playful colors.
I would imagine so 🙂
I know this building!! … and yes, the colour combination makes it eye-catching!
Yes, I think you shared it a few months ago as well:)
LOL – we do lose track of these things, don’t we ? 🙂
Déjà vu! I was going to comment that “I think I’ve seen this before.” 🙂
It’s interesting how things stay in our memory – goes below the conscious level and comes back up again! It’s the color combination, Ed!
Yes, it must be 🙂
You, Canadians, have the best doors. I’ve never seen fuchsia trim. It sure grabs your attention. 🙂
I’m sure the neighbours are amused 🙂
Thanks for listing the address. I will have to add this door to my collection as well – the colour scheme certainly attracts the wandering eye.
That’s a striking door in a number of ways. I think it could use a bit of re-painting, though!