Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

I like the details on these.
I always liked this type of wood door.
This is an apartment building with a store on the ground floor. That corner really stands out.
Apartment building entrance.

I always wondered what the inside of one of these spaces look like. I imagine a reading nook.

A Baptist Church entrance. This just tucked into the neighborhood. On either side are houses. No big yard. That was so interesting

That’s all for this week.

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Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

This one used to be a Catholic Bishop’s Home, now it’s a hall, and part of Bishop Loughlin High  School
A church entrance
This one is of a private home. Not sure what this material is. But I was too chicken to go up and touch it.
one of the doors at BAM
(Brooklyn Academy of Music)
This one is a security door. Love the metal work.

My favorite this week is that first one.


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An Armory that is now serving as a men’s homeless shelter.


A side door to a school in Manhattan


This is also from the same school. I think it’s a church attached to a school


Honestly, I don’t remember where I took this one. It might have been downtown Brooklyn. Clearly a building with a previous life, like most, I suppose.


Pat R



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Loud Mouth

bird crop 2



Yesterday afternoon this little guy was at the very tallest point in this tree out in front of my house. He was raising such a ruckus I went out into the street to see just who he was yelling at. I heard who, but I couldn’t see them. I was asking, ‘who are you talking to?’ My daughter thought we were both nuts!

City birds; they wait for you to move, they’re not afraid of us humans. He stayed up there carrying on long enough for me to go inside and grab my camera.

This morning as I got to work and was looking for parking there was a pair of birds crossing in the crosswalk. I swear! No exaggeration. I kept waiting for them the fly up, as in ‘ you are about to roll over me so let me scoot’.  But no, that did not happen. No, I didn’t squish them either. Weird!