Thursday, May 24, 2007

Church Door #3 (Side Entrance)


This is the door on the side entrance of St. Luke's Catholic Church located on the corner of Lexington Boulevard and Summit Avenue. Would you like to see the main entrance?

15 comments:

  1. une tres belle porte, cela donne en effet envie de voir l'interieur. Demain ?


    a very beautiful door, that indeed gives desire for seeing the interior. Tomorrow?

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  2. St. Luke's in St. Paul ;-)
    Yes, please - I wonder if the picture in my head is close to the real thing...

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  3. Beautiful! It all looks so neat and nice. Here in Paris our doors are not always that clean - but I still like them!

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  4. That is a beautiful door and your photo makes it look like it is new. I suspect new paint and new oil but it is probably a lot older than it looks. Nice photography.

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  5. Yes of course I would like see the main entrance, but please show us the inside of the church.

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  6. So skillful door and beautiful work !
    How old this church is ?
    Have good Thursday !

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  7. Oh yes, I'd like to! See you tomorrow in front of the entrance.

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  8. Please do show us the front door...this is a wonderful shot. What is it about doors that is so fascinating?

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  9. Well yes. As you know I am also one of those in the group that like doors. This one has a nice wrought iron embellishment.

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  10. Beautiful Church door! Sure, I am looking forward to see the main entrance!

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  11. it is beautiful door! I love wood and the iron on the door is a nice touch. They look to be very heavy.

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  12. imposingly elegant!

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  13. I love the doors. They are sooo beautiful.

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  14. Finally Internet (Because I can have Internet only the weekend and the public holidays), I can visit your blog. This weekend I present Martel in version black and white. I prefer the photographs in b&w and you?
    My blog photographs on the town of Martel

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