Thursday Doors: Shapes


A bit of a different monochrome shape-oriented Thursday Doors post for me this week…

I love the way the outline of the bricked-up ghost door blends into the background wall yet remains subtly visible; I really liked the juxtaposition of the two galvanised garage doors sitting side by side in a central London back street – one an up-an-down roll-top and the other side-to-side concertina; and to me the central stair handrail leading down a few steps looked like it was creating a shiny smile on the face of the double doors below 🙂


10 thoughts on “Thursday Doors: Shapes

  1. Norm 2.0 August 11, 2016 / 8:50 pm

    Nice post Ruth. “Ghost door”. I like that term, I may just borrow it some time 😀

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  2. joannesisco August 11, 2016 / 8:52 pm

    I really like the ghost door. Someone did a really good job of bricking it up to make it look like the rest of the wall.

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    • Ruth August 11, 2016 / 9:00 pm

      It’s at the back of a West End theatre – to be honest the inner brickwork looks so much part of the original wall I did wonder if it was due to a last minute change of design or something like that…

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  3. Dan Antion August 12, 2016 / 12:30 am

    Nicely done, Ruth. I always like to look at bricked up windows and doors. It’s like they said: “we can’t hide it, so let’s call attention to it.”

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  4. sustainabilitea August 12, 2016 / 4:21 am

    Ruth, I like your use of B&W for these doors and ghost doors. The railing does look like a smile.


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  5. BeckyB August 12, 2016 / 8:22 am

    Wonderful ‘ghost’ door and great description too 🙂

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