Thursday Doors – July 20, 2017

Thursday Doors is a weekly feature hosted by Norm Frampton on his blog ‘Norm 2.0’. This week he features Le Chemin du Roy (The King’s Road), Ste-Anne de la Pérade Church. Follow the link for one of Norm’s wonderful posts.

This week, I want to feature some of the lovely doors from Chatham, Massachusetts at the south east corner of Cape Cod. My wife and I did a ‘walkabout’ while there for a wedding a few weeks ago, so I had a great chance to capture some wonderful doors.

This featured image is a lovely blue door on one of the older buildings in this colonial town. I featured this door on a post for Tuesdays of Texture along with the plaque affixed to the house next to the door.

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Right next to this quaint little cottage is a wonderful garage with two lovely doors:

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Here are several other doors captured during this doorscursion:

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Finally, I just had to post the front of a small house on one of the side streets in the town. Perhaps you can guess why.

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10 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – July 20, 2017

  1. Great selection of Chatham doors. I definitely feel like I’m at the Cape when I look at your photos. Growing up in New England, Cape Cod was a favorite place for us to go for vacations. Ah, sweet memories.
    Donna

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  2. Indeed, a perfect representation of Cape Cod. You do such a brilliant job, Chuck. I always look forward to your artistry. Thank you for sharing. I’m finding “doors” very compelling as it never ceases to astound me that people can come up with such inviting and solid entrances.

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