About a month ago, Dan at No Facilities introduced the concept of Thursday Door Soup … a mix of random leftovers that could hopefully blend into a flavourful Thursday Door post.
For me, Soup Day is today. With one wing clipped, it’s not very wise for me to venture out with my camera to discover anything new, so I have to dip into my library for past treasures that never made it to a post on their own.
There have been many lovely buildings I’ve found over the past few months, but haven’t invested the time to learn about their history, so their attention-worthy doors sit in my library as anonymous orphans.
There has been the rare building that’s undergone extensive research by me, but its story continues to remain a mystery.
Some wonderful old buildings have been researched, but I simply haven’t felt the inspiration to write about them.
But some doors don’t really have a potential story at all, they just caught my fancy while I was passing by.
It’s soup day in my corner of the blogosphere and I hope it warmed you, if even just a little. For door offerings more substantial than *soup*, visit Norm 2.0 – the host of the weekly photo feature, Thursday Doors. Follow the little blue frog to an entire international menu of great doors.