Back yard doors, Dorchester, June 2019

Thursday doors – 19 November 2020

Doors 129 – Dorchester doors (3)

A little rummage through my desktop archives revealed some doors I photographed on a work trip I took to Dorchester back in June last year, when life was so much less complicated. Rather than feed you a diet of street art doors every week, I thought I’d switch it up a bit with this little collection. Enjoy.

Shop front - no longer in business, Dorchester, June 2019
Shop front – no longer in business, Dorchester, June 2019
A rather tired old doorway, Dorchester, June 2019
A rather tired old doorway, Dorchester, June 2019
A once rather grand doorway, Dorchester, June 2019
A once rather grand doorway, Dorchester, June 2019
Corn Exchange door, Dorchester, June 2019
Corn Exchange door, Dorchester, June 2019
Church door, Dorchester, June 2019
Church door, Dorchester, June 2019
Church door for very thin people, one that hasn't been used for a while, Dorchester, June 2019
Church door for very thin people, one that hasn’t been used for a while, Dorchester, June 2019

 

So another week swiftly passes us by, but it is important that we stop and smell the flowers every now and again, otherwise what is the point?

If you have made it this far, you probably like doors and you really ought to take a look at the Norm 2.0 blog – the originator of Thursday Doors where there are links to yet more doors in the comments section at the end.

by Scooj

 

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

17 thoughts on “Thursday doors – 19 November 2020”

  1. On Thursday, November 19, 2020, Natural adventures wrote:

    > scooj posted: ” Doors 129 – Dorchester doors (3) A little rummage through > my desktop archives revealed some doors I photographed on a work trip I > took to Dorchester back in June last year, when life was so much less > complicated. Rather than feed you a diet of street ” >

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  2. Brunches – lunches – teas – icecream – How good is that? I love the arched doors and I think you have a sequence going where the arches are getting steeper. That one at the bottom is amazing. So thin, but the hardware looks like it could support a door three times its size.

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