Thursday doors…smorgasbord

Posted: August 26, 2021 in Thursday doors
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Followers of Thursday Doors know that there are many types of doors and beauty of some sort found in many if not all of them. I’m starting my smorgasbord (or smorgas-door?) with an entry in the “shabby chic” category from Raton, New Mexico. Smorgasbord in the non-meal sense means a varied collection, which this one is. Enjoy.

We move from small town to urban, although you might think “urban” applies only to cities much larger than Billings, Montana, but the doors (two of them, mind you) on this utility box can hold their own with any on offer in bigger cities.

Finally here’s a door spotted as we left our motel in Billings, heading for Costco and after that, back to Wyoming and up to the cabin. I like seeing Indian motorcycles or ads for them as my dad had one when much younger. I’d planned to blur the license plate but Pixlr didn’t cooperate, so I had to “paint” it out. Perhaps whoever owns this is on the way back from the yearly motorcycle gathering in Sturgis, South Dakota.

Comments
  1. Sheree says:

    Lovely trio of doors

  2. I kinda get a ‘spooky’ feeling from that first door. Perhaps because the peeling paintwork makes it look old.

  3. Dan Antion says:

    I had to laugh a little at “smorgas-door” – something for everyone here, though. I like them all. The worn wooden door is my fav, but that utility box is amazing. Indian Motorcycle was founded right up the road from us in Springfield, MA and I always enjoy seeing one.

  4. Sue says:

    Love the shabby chic from Raton, and the utility box is rather goood!

  5. I like the weathered green door a lot!

  6. I loved all your smorgasdoors. 😀 Hugs.

  7. Teresa says:

    The second one is my fave…it is a building within a door but I had to look twice to see it clearly.

  8. JT Twissel says:

    That’s some utility box.

  9. Paul says:

    Wonderful, unusual doors! I love the colours and textures on the first one.

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