Thursday Doors…The meter’s running!

Posted: November 30, 2017 in Thursday doors
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Before we get to the doors, do you remember my lesson on how to pronounce “Louisville?”  Well, in case you don’t, the visitor’s center downtown has this cute reminder.

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Now on to the last two theater/theatre doors I found on our walks back and forth from our motel to our daughter’s hotel.

These doors were certainly music to my ears. But don’t worry. There are other types of beautiful doors in Louisville, no matter how you pronounce it, and even if the light isn’t just quite right.

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Drive over to Norm’s blog to see his door offerings before time expires, then click on the linkie critter to access doors from all over the world.  Feel free to join us with your own door photos.  It’s easy and fun.

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  1. joey says:

    Glad to see more of these 🙂

  2. Murphy's Law says:

    What fun doors!! And “how to pronounce Louisville ” is a hoot! Lol.

    I don’t know why some of us are so fascinated with doors. For me it’s also windows and barns.


    • Ginger, I like windows and barns, too. Some of the best barns I’ve seen, at least for photographic purposes, have been while driving on the interstate or some other place where I can’t stop, but can only look longingly at them! 🙂


  3. Dan Antion says:

    Those are fun! Thanks for sharing these. I like the variations on the city name.

  4. Allan G. Smorra says:

    Fabulous doors, Janet. Knobs would only detract from their artistic impact.

  5. scr4pl80 says:

    Love the sax the best. Thanks for sharing!

  6. These are beautiful doors. I don’t really min d not being able to say the name of the town correctly if it has doors like these.

  7. tgeriatrix says:

    Wow, these are exceptional!

    • Aren’t they great? If I were an artist, I’d love to have my work displayed like this for all to see without doing anything more than walking by. Each door had a small plaque next to it with artist and door information on it.


  8. Norm 2.0 says:

    Parking meter door!!! Yes, I want that for our house.
    But I want it to be functional so that guests know when it’s time to leave, or they get ticketed 😀

    • Ha, ha, and they have to deposit money to park there. Great way to fund your retirement eventually, don’t you think? Either that or it will cut down dramatically on visitors. 🙂


  9. marianallen says:

    Love it! And the giant mint julep looks good enough to slurp! 😀

  10. jesh stg says:

    The sign makes me think of – actor – blanking out on his name -trying to pronounce “hamburger!” My kind of cheerful doors:)

  11. I just love all that character and spirit. Seems like the town is really an artistic hub!

  12. happyface313 says:

    🙂 Amazing, how differently doors can look.
    And I really like the Louisville cup!
    A very HAPPY day to you, dear Janet!
    xo 🙂

  13. Candy says:

    Oh, wow! These doors are fabulous.

  14. pommepal says:

    Great art work on these doors, but I wonder how do they open them???

  15. Joanne Sisco says:

    Cute doors – both of them 🙂

  16. Jet Eliot says:

    Fun post, Janet, I liked the festivity and color.

  17. Brilliant find, Janet. I was wondering about the door handles till I saw your comment about them being exit only doors.

  18. JANE says:

    This is fun! You remind me to take photos of these amusing and quirky discoveries. I’m thinking of the doors I didn’t photograph and wish I had… next time

  19. prior.. says:

    looks there is enough time left on the meter to chat and hang out some more and enjoy the art —
    coffee please!

  20. Su Leslie says:

    These are great Janet. 🙂

  21. Artistic doors are a bonus every time. Love these two. 🙂

  22. I just love these painted doors that you’ve found in Louisville. Thanks so much for sharing them. 🙂 -Amy

  23. Is the scale picture a door? That’s incredible.