This is a church downtown Brooklyn. Took it through the car window while stuck in traffic. Love how the cross is built into the door.
This one was at the top of very long stairs. Didn’t notice any handrails, must have been a work in progress. This was on one of my stops on my Alaska trip.
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How would you like this to be a part of your room? Looks like the nursery ended up there. Note the child safety bars on the window. Wonder what the inside looks like..
Window on a church, not a door but I couldn’t resist, so beautiful.
The is first door with any interest I managed to get a shot of without the car behind me blowing it horn at me. Love the surround.
Couldn’t resist this one either. Look at the details in the architecture. You don’t want to see the doors now associated with these. It’s all modern day storefronts. I’ll spare your eyes…
And here are the other two doors I captured yesterday. Enjoy your holiday weekend everyone:) A good independence day to you.
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This is the Montauk Club from my door-xursion today. I have yet to drive by this place without gauking at the architecture. And the doors. It was founded in 1889 and has remained a private club since its founding. The magnificent Club House was designed by the famed New York architect Francis H. Kimball, who was inspired by a palace on Venice’s Grand Canal. The Club House was completed in 1891 and its Venetian gothic architecture, carved mahogany woodwork and beautiful stained glass windows remain its signature features.
Stuff happens here too, so one day soon I’ll get to see what the inside looks like.
These were taken in the Grand Army Plaza area of Brooklyn yesterday while I was on the hunt for street murals. The one above is of a synogue and the other two are apartment building entrances.
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