Thursday Doors – April 21, 2016

If you have been following my blog, you know that we recently took a railway trip across Canada and spent some time in Toronto.

At the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto I found this intriguing installation of doors! You might imagine how exciting this was for a door hound! Woof! Woof!

I think the pictures I took tell the story…

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Though my husband didn’t see what I saw here, he waited patiently, while I strolled around the exhibit and snapped away. These are not the beautiful doors we generally see in the Thursday Doors posts, but they certainly tell a story.

Check out more doors over at the host’s site…Norm 2.0. (I don’t really think he seems like a grumpy old man!)

 

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8 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – April 21, 2016

  1. Fabulous! Very different take on Thursday Doors.

  2. What an interesting interpretation and story! Thanks for sharing it.

    janet

  3. Nice! I’m in Shanghai now looking for doors but won’t post anything as it’s challenging using the net here.

  4. These are wonderful – good choice! Not sure what’s going on but your posts about the rail trip never appeared in my reader and I just double checked that I AM following you 😦
    Going back to read them now. So did you get to see graffiti alley when you were in Toronto?

    • Yes…it was a very cold, rainy day, so I didn’t take many photos. I must admit that I expected it to be much longer, based on your post. However, I wonder if there were other locations for your Toronto graffiti post.

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