Thursday Doors is a weekly link up hosted by Norm over at Norm 2.0.
There’s no rhyme or reason to these doors. I was walking home from work yesterday and decided to take some pictures.
I pass this church on my walk to and from work every day. There’s nothing super spectacular about it – or at least so I thought. I’m not sure what made me pay such close attention to it yesterday, but I did. It’s architecture is actually rather spectacular. I snapped quite a few pics. And in this picture alone, I’m seeing details I hadn’t seen before.
I decided to walk a slightly different route home and in the process took a short cut through the alley a couple of blocks from my apartment. While walking through the alley, I was startled and when I turned to investigate I discovered the noise came from a rogue squirrel dumpster diving. But more importantly, I spotted this door.
I find that often when I look at something I’m going to photograph, I notice more than at first. Then when I view the photo, I usually see even more. 🙂
The first pic is “on it’s side” door but its still nice 🙂
Hmm interesting because when I posted and looked at it from my laptop it’s right side up, but when I look at it on my phone it’s sideways.
That church door is quite magnificent and detailed! It’s funny what we find when we start becoming more observant…at least that’s been my case since I stumbled across “Thursday Doors” in April 🙂 Great finds!! -Amy
Thanks, Amy! I don’t particularly find the architecture in Colorado to be particularly spectacular after growing up in DC, but every now and again a jewel shows itself. And this one after a year and some months has finally revealed itself to me. I was actually taken aback.
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amazing how sometimes we see more in our photographs than we do when we are actually standing there. cameras have come a long way to be able to capture that kind of detail. it is a great (top above) door. the second door is the kind i like too. that panel must have a great story about how it got there. fun to think about. or yikes. maybe not so much. . . .
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Thanks Rick for stopping by. Cameras have and I am always surprised by the camera on my phone, which is what I used to take these photos. The second pic is actually my favorite of the two for the very reason you mentioned. When I saw I automatically crafted a story behind it.