Doors #57 and #59

Even though they are neighbors in the same brownstone, notice how different the doors are.  Different but still gorgeous.

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10 Responses to Doors #57 and #59

  1. ChgoJohn says:

    The owners may not have much say over the building’s exterior other than the doors. Each does say something about its owner.

    • The exteriors are pretty much “etched in stone” and as you’ve stated, cannot be changed but the doors and fences and railings appear to be open to interpretation 🙂 Good point, wonder what each door means to the owner?

  2. cecilia says:

    I adore Doors! I A-door Doors!!! This is a great sequence. c

  3. dhphotosite says:

    Shut the front door….this has been a great series! I have been wanting to do this also…but you have much better examples. Love the old brownstones!

  4. Rhys Jones says:

    Unexpected contrasts are always interesting. I also see that one has the gate open, but the other has the gate closed.

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