#ThursdayDoors — No Doors

Seriously, no doors. At least, no full, honest and true doors. Only the illusion of or absence of doors.

I got, ‘From a distance, this looks like it could be a door’ — but nope, just me watchin a birdie take a bath.



Got a picture of some holes in the side of a building — totally not doors.



Encountered a library station, open to all.


Windows, sure, but no doors.


Lots of points of interest, but not a single door.



Is that a gate?


Yeah, but I snapped the snowballsΒ instead.


Are those doors in the distance?


Yes, but I walked to the left.

#ThursdayDoors is part of an inspired post series run by Norm Frampton. To see ACTUAL doors of interest, or to share your own, click the link.

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59 Responses to #ThursdayDoors — No Doors

  1. Dan Antion says:

    I think the open portals count as doors. I’ll give you points for effort, although Thursday Doors points are not mine to give, and No Facilities points might not be redeemable at Norm’s place. Furthermore, if they are redeemable, they are subject to an exchange rate that has not yet been determined. Anyway, I like your post.

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  2. marianallen says:

    Ooo, I love the library station! I never saw one of those before! I’m sure there were doors at the top of that staircase with the fountain steps. And I long ago declared that doorWAYS count in my book. πŸ™‚

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  3. Benson says:

    I like the shot of the stepped water stream. Pretty cool. Isn’t a wall a bunch of closed doors?

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  4. I like them all. Do they have good books in the library dome? That’s really a neat idea.

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  5. Reminds me of the time I was tasked with getting a story (when I was a radio reporter) about how people were handling a heat wave in Grand Rapids one summer. I wandered all over downtown with my trusty recorder, but didn’t come across a single soul out in the blazing sun. Kinda the same thing, right?

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  6. jesh stg says:

    Love the stairs fountain and the book nook, – or whatever you call it – oh, and the Colored structure/statue. It looks huge!. You came to a fence – I would call that a door. Thanks for taking us on this outing:):)

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  7. You got close enough for this reader. πŸ™‚

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  8. pluviolover says:

    Adoorlessible thursdyjoeyfully stated portalledpostification, if I never saw one.


  9. JT Twissel says:

    Interesting third staircase – is it a waterfall?

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  10. JoAnna says:

    Sometimes it’s good to think outside the door. I love the library station. It has a door WAY.

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  11. Erika says:

    This is the most blatant display of cheating I’ve see outside the NBA.

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  12. Sometimes, one just needs a break from doors. However, I did enjoy viewing the different shaped openings. πŸ˜‰

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  13. I’m all about the creative solutions – you know, life gives you lemons, you walk left, that sort of thing. Next time you are in the vicinity of that final shot, please do walk right – I’m curious to know if it’s a hydro building. Just a guess.

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    • joey says:

      Ah, yes, one makes do with what one has :)Other doors must be researched and whatnot.
      I have walked right, but left is prettier. To the right — not a hydro building, not that we call them hydro buildings, we call them power and/or light companies. Anyway, THOSE buildings are the NCAA Hall of Champions (big and with flags) and the Somethin Special about High Schools (small and old.)


  14. Even without a door in sight, this was a lovely Thursday Doors post, Joey. That library station is cool, great idea.

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  15. Alice says:

    Your door inventiveness never ceases to impress.
    Even when it is without doors.

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  16. Norm 2.0 says:

    Because we’ve all been there at one time or another, at #ThursdayDoors we do not discriminate against the door-poor.
    This was a good, fun, and creative post – you get full points for effort Joey. Well done πŸ™‚

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  17. Susi Lovell says:

    Love the library station (library log?). Is there coffee there??

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  18. ghostmmnc says:

    Love the little library place! Even with no official doors, I enjoyed the tour! πŸ™‚

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  19. bikerchick57 says:

    I realize Norm has absolved you and given the go-ahead on your post, but, really c’mon Joey…
    A post with a photo of a furry critter outweighs any potential demerits or loss of points due to lack of doors or anything else you can think of.

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  20. Whoooa! That last building or-what-is-it with squares… and the water reaching almost to the non-door… and dog in water! And the library!! ❀ More than good enough for me!

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  21. In Oz, we would call this a Clayton’s door post. The door post you have when it isn’t a door post. (It comes from an old commercial for a drink called Clayton’s.)
    And I love that library spot. Where do I get me one of them?

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  22. JoHanna Massey says:

    Oh this is just such an amazing good essay on ‘Not Doors.’ Love your quirky sense of adventure for this one. The Library Alcove is just the best for me. Have never seen anything like that. A batch of fine photos and commentary; thank you for bringing a smile to my face.

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  23. Vicky says:

    Even though it was “Sans doors” it was a fun post to read πŸ™‚

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  24. Laura says:

    Loved these pics!

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  25. I still enjoyed your post despite the lack of doors,. That little library shelter was so cute, as were the snowballs! I also was cheered by the multicoloured chequered structure! πŸ™‚

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  26. Love the library and the hummingbird art! The holes in the side of the building give the optical illusion of opened doors. So there’s that. πŸ˜‰


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