Some of the blogs I follow post photos of interesting doors on Thursday. This apparently started with a blog called Norm 2.0, which has featured interesting door photos for years. I’ve always wanted to play, but I seldom get out around interesting doors.

But recently I visited Madison, Indiana, which is rich in great entryways. Herewith, a series of Madison doors on this Thursday.

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Madison door

Canon PowerShot S95

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Thursday doors: Madison, Indiana

A bunch of doors from Madison, Indiana, on this Thursday.

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17 thoughts on “Thursday doors: Madison, Indiana

    • I did one of these once before, of doors I had happened to photograph. But doors just haven’t been a frequent enough subject to do Thursday Doors more often than that.

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  1. Yeh like JP said, if I think about the subjects you tend to shoot then cars, roads and buildings come to mind, so I would have assumed you’ve photographed plenty of doors in your time.

    My favourites here are the bright red fire house door, and the one with the black door on the khaki green wall, with a red wall next door, which makes the building look like a giant Rothko painting.

    I have a post in draft in my “These Three Photographs” series that features doors, I must finish that one off soon…

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  2. DougD says:

    Great doors! I love me a great door, my house is a 60’s box so it does not have a great door.

    That Donlan House door has everything! Stone and brick and arch and brass and stained glass and woodwork details and natural finish. Fantastic.

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  3. SilverFox says:

    Good doors Jim, I always like to shoot a good door when I see one this is a great set. I haven’t done a post under this tag before either been tempted though, maybe soon.
    Which of your collection were you shooting with for this trip?

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