Thursday Doors & Sunday Stills: A #White-Washed World

Time for Thursday Doors and I just happened to have some “white” doors ready to go and so also linking up with Sunday Stills and the theme of a #white-washed world.

Doors are clear (glass) and photo is black and white

 

 

 

If you want to join in with Thursday Doors -go to Dan’s Blog for info: https://nofacilities.com/2021/03/04/waterbury-churches-thursdaydoors/

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18 thoughts on “Thursday Doors & Sunday Stills: A #White-Washed World

  1. I love the van door at the end. It’s an interesting look for an open door, and the scene around it looks more lively than I would expect in Covid times. The employees only door kinda makes me glad I don’t work there 😉

    Thanks for supporting Thursday Doors, Yvette.

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  2. I think if feel a little funny (in a joyful way) seeing these door pictures. The first one makes me feel like the door is out by itself. The diptych one is a wonderfully matching two pictures together. Making diptych or triptych pictures are not easy because the pictures should match well together especially for eye transition from one picture to another.

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  3. I feel the door the photo showing the two doors mid post, has many stories to tell. The door on the right clearly having seen so much action or abuse. the other door almost lonely in its unused appearance.

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  4. It has been interesting to read and see the various interpretations of a “white-washed” world. A unique take on the variety of doors, Yvette. The “black and white” is very creative.

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  5. Yvette, that was perfect synchronicity with the door and white!😀 When I hear the phrase white-washing I always think back to my school days when we studied the Max Frisch play ‘Andorra’. It starts with a young lad whitewashing a wall … symbolic of how the truth is being erased in society!

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  6. Doors are always fascinating. They can be very symbolic, don’t you think? We’re always opening and closing different doors in our lives. Interesting, indeed!

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  7. You captured a wide variety of doors, Yvette. The black and white is much more interesting than a plain white door! 🙂 Have a great week. Missed you recently. You doing ok?

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