This will be my last regular post of images of doors for a while. I will be away for a few weeks and I am uncertain when I will have the time and opportunity to contribute to Thursday Doors.
In the meantime, I hope that you enjoy this week’s contribution of a “potpourri” of doors that have some unusual characteristics.
When is a door not a door? Maybe when it is missing. The door at this address has been replaced by a sheet of plywood, but hopefully a new door will be installed when the construction is completed.
This second image was selected more for the resident door stop than the actual door. Maybe trolls shop here.
This next door looks very much like it has a face and a moustache. One has to wonder – was this intentional or just left to the beholder’s imagination?
We all know what happened when King Henry VIII was not amused – off with her head! Best to obey the sign and enter the pub through the correct door. Too bad they didn’t write the sign using an older style of font.
I was scanning other blogs a few days ago when I stumbled across a blogger who has admitted to collecting photos of temporary barricades for over 30 years. He then goes on to describe in detail their material, form and function, just like one might describe other aspects of our built environment.
Last month, I posted my first collection of doors, and I was surprised to discover how many other “door” enthusiasts there are out there. Maybe we are all collectors of “things,” as well as thoughts and ideas, and it is just a matter of what we keep to ourselves and what we are willing to share with others.
Cee Neuner also runs a weekly Odd Ball Photo Challenge, which may provide an outlet for bloggers to share some of their “oddball” collections. My images in today’s post are provided in that vein, although I don’t confess to having collected any of these items on an ongoing basis. More by accident than by intention.