There you go. An interesting variety this week.
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I was driving through Bedford Stuyvesant this evening. I forgot how many gorgeous doors there are in the neighborhood. These brownstones were built for the growing middle class at the time from 1890s to the late 1910s. Very ornate surrounds.
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The Yacht Club inManhattan
In Park slope, Brooklyn
St Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan
Brooklyn Public Library in Cadman Plaza Brooklyn
well, digging through my stash of doors I found this gem for Norm’s Thursday Doors this week. To be honest, I don’t remember where I took this one. I think it was in Manhattan on the lower east side. But, I am loving it! Check out the window flower box on the ledge above, cute, right!
The Mantauk Club in Park Slope Brooklyn
A private school downtown Brooklyn
The view from the back of the is house is off the Promonade and a spectacular close up view of Manhattan
Photos taken in Skagway Alaska. The number on this building is not necessarily the street address but rather, the year it was built. This place is amazing!!
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I was in Chinatown yesterday when I saw this building. I stopped, backed up and got this shot for today. The details were striking! Only one for this week.
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The Royalton on E43 in Manhattan. It drew my attention because I stayed at their property in Mexico. It was gorgeous. Love the details on the surround in this.
This is a school entrance in Brooklyn. I particularly appreciated the inscription by Lincoln above the door…given the times we are living in. Only two this week.
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Some sketchy doors this week from my recent trip that was way too short.
Taken in the Bahamas ( Half Moon Cay).
Sitting there by itself as decor in an outdoor restaurant in Aruba.
Alto Vista Chapel, a small chapel in Aruba.
I remember watching these being made by the boys as a kid. They actually pushed each other around in them.
Only a couple this week. I’ve been falling off on my door excursions lately. The door was rather plain compared to the surround. So detailed! This actually looked like there were apartments in here, as opposed to a private home. Truly eye catching. This was around Jerolomon St, downtown Brooklyn.
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