Thursday Doors: Twos

Posted: April 12, 2018 in Thursday doors, Uncategorized
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I suppose these could be called “double doors”, but I like “twos.”  It’s one of those word that when I look at it for a time, looks weird.  I found these two twos in Philadelphia, but in addition to the two sets of Tudors two doors, there are lots of twos in the photos, three photos but only of two sets of doors.  There are even twos in the addresses.   Too many twos to count?

The doorkeeper for all of us is Norm, possibly still digging himself out of winter in Montreal.  But the doors, whatever the number, are always open, so come on in.

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

Comments
  1. GeorgieMoon says:

    Some very elegant double doors here!

  2. ksbeth says:

    lots of 2s here, nice!

  3. Handsome doors plus nice container planters. 🙂

  4. Norm 2.0 says:

    Good ones Janet. I especially love that last shot for the reflections in the glass that mix with what you can see inside the building. Nicely done.
    Snow is slowly melting here but there’s a chance of another dumping of 8-12 inches over the weekend – we’ll see 🙂

    • Sigh. I guess winter has to be ending…the Stanley Cup playoffs have started. Much as I love hockey, all sport seasons are too long these days. It’s no wonder players get hurt.

      Hopefully you won’t get dumped on!!

  5. Amy says:

    Twos are some of my favorite numbers…not alone…but in two or more 😉 Great finds Janet.

  6. scr4pl80 says:

    Love the arch look on the Lippincott building. Very nice doors, Janet.

  7. jesh stg says:

    These doors all have much character! And love the reflections in their glass. Love also the lanterns beside the first ones.

  8. Nice doors, Janet.
    Ω

  9. JT Twissel says:

    I like the way you plant your signature on the steps!

  10. joey says:

    Ooh! I love 219! Look at those proud lampposts! Love!

  11. Dan Antion says:

    Whatever you call them, they are beautiful doors and fine photos! I like them both (does both work with twos?) but in an uncharacteristic choice, I think I like the first one over the arched one – whaaaat? (I know).

    • The first one? What are you really and what did you do with Dan? Yes, “both” works with twos or doubles or whatever. Glad you liked them and the photos as well. That day it took us ages to walk because I was stopping almost every minute (or less) to take door photos. Philly is a doorscursion mecca!

      janet

      • Dan Antion says:

        I think it’s the reflections in that first door. Isn’t it funny how the people we walk with understand the “doors” thing? I hope to get back to Philly at some point.

  12. marianallen says:

    BEAUTIFUL finds! Too, too tootiful .. I mean beautiful!

  13. Pistachios says:

    So much pleasing symmetry in these doors! Even the plants either side of 227 are symmetrical! I had to re-read your paragraph full of twos to get my head around it. Too many twos, but worth it for the doors 😉

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    nice post 🙂

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