Thursday Doors – Cars

I am skiing off-piste this week and pushing the boundaries of the rules…

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Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments’ on Norm’s site, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American Eastern Time).

 

25 responses to “Thursday Doors – Cars

  1. Brilliant idea Andrew!

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  2. That’s a nicely off the wall idea. I’d never be able to join in. I don’t think I’ve ever knowingly included a car in a photo, except in the background, but this is a fine piece of social history.

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  3. Well, definitely skiing off-piste, Andrew!

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  4. cool, i love these!

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  5. An excellent variation

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  6. Well done. I think I’d like the dark green Mini.

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  7. “Rules? We don’t need no stinking rules!”

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  8. I like this, especially the Ford Anglia. That was our first car after my dad learned to drive in the early 60s – dark blue, 823 LPP. Followed by a white Morris Traveller, KVK 275D. The things you remember! I have to look up my number now, just to be sure, and I only have the vaguest idea what John’s is.

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  9. Nice way to mix it up a bit Andrew. Doors are doors after all and ones on cars are not less important than ones on buildings. There are a few models I don’t recognize but do I have a soft spot for the Mini and that colour of green.

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  10. Nice twist Andrew!

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  11. Nothing wrong with car doors, Andrew. We grew up at a time when the doors to our cars were as important as the doors to our homes, if not more so. They signified freedom, not to mention true love. 🙂 –Curt

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  12. Great take on the doors theme!! These photos are wonderful. Thanks for the smiles today.

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