Thursday Doors – September 3, 2015

Between the early-morning shadows, the line of the tubing above the light, and the handle built for lefties, there’s something strangely lovely about this otherwise ordinary door. Taken on Granville Island in Vancouver, British Columbia. For more doors from all over the world, check out Norm’s Thursday Doors linkup. Advertisements

Thursday Doors – August 20, 2015

Maybe this would belong better in a “Thursday Doorways” linkup, but that doesn’t exist (yet). This teeny play area just really warmed my heart, and I could imagine kids spinning that wheel and feeling like real pirates and ship captains. Ah, to be young again. Taken on Granville Island in Vancouver, British Columbia. For more doors…

Thursday Doors – August 13, 2015

This probably isn’t the world’s smallest balcony, but it’s so unamenable that it almost makes the door look like one of those trick doors that lead nowhere. Add that to the ladder that leads nowhere either and you’ve got an overall strange alleyway. Taken in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. For more doors from all over…

Thursday Doors – August 6, 2015

A man was powerwashing the ground tiles right next to these doors, and he waved and smiled at me after I got the shot. I wonder if he was friendly because he thought he was in the frame. Or maybe because he could tell he wasn’t. Taken in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. For more doors from…

Thursday Doors – July 30, 2015

You know when you’re out walking around and you see something photo-worthy but don’t have your camera? I did my standard routine of kicking myself and trying to immortalize this door’s location in my memory, and for once, it worked. I came back the next day and got the shot. You’re welcome. Taken in downtown Vancouver,…

Thursday Doors – July 23, 2015

A “no soliciting” sign wasn’t enough for these people, they had to add an ominous eye above the knocker to really freak out anyone who might try to sell them things. They probably hate Girl Scout cookies. Taken in Seattle, Washington. For more doors from all over the world, check out Norm’s Thursday Doors linkup.