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This week’s submission to Norm 2.0‘s Thursday Doors. These doors can be found in Toronto’s Distillery District. All the doors in this area are painted the same green colour to match the period when the buildings were part of the Gooderham and Worts Distillery. I posted another door from this wonderful historic district last week. This door belongs to a great local restaurant and once led to the distillery’s shipping room. If you are ever… Read More

This week’s submission for For Thursday Doors – June 9, 2016 by Norm 2.0. Made at Toronto’s Distillery District. A flash back to Toronto’s past in this wonderfully preserved historical district. This particular door caught my attention, since it is quite high up. I imagine it would have been used as a loading door. I like the contrast of the bright green against the old red brick. Nikon D800 Tamron SP 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC… Read More

“Human society is like an arch, kept from falling by the mutual pressure of its parts” – Seneca The Toronto Distillery District is known for its boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants. One of the art galleries in this area is the Corkin Gallery, featuring artists of many disciplines. Within this large gallery are some of the original distillery structures, including these interesting arches which lead to two staircases to the second floor of… Read More

“Every doorway, every intersection has a story.”-  Katherine Dunn For any who have not had the opportunity to visit Toronto, there is a wonderful area which used to be the Gooderham and Worts distillery. After the distillery ceased operations, the early 19th century buildings were preserved and it has become a popular destination filled with shops, restaurants, and art galleries. It’s a place I visit at least once a year and always offers me… Read More