I thought I might be overdue for another review of the photo library looking for random finds that haven’t been shared. I found a few.
I wish that I had the creative gene to image a unique outer *door* like this one. It’s like wearing a pretty necklace over a simple unadorned dress.
Not far down the street was this lovely gate. I think I was equally attracted to the cart behind it which was sporting an eclectic little garden. I couldn’t tell if it was a random collection of plants or not, but decided it was too pretty to be unintentional.
I’ve walked up and down the streets of the financial district at least a million times over the years, but I’d never noticed this side door to the CIBC building (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce).
The doors themselves are ordinary, but they are dressed in a most spectacular way.
In case you’re wondering about the main entrance, the doors there are also ordinary, but they too are decked out in finery.
I think I’ve found the perfect little retirement cottage near the lake. It even has a perfect little cottage door.
I love everything about it, from its baby turret and wraparound veranda, to its location on the edge of Kew Gardens. Too bad it’s being used as a local museum.
This has been another episode of Thursday Doors – a weekly photo feature directed by Norm Frampton at Norm 2.0.