Doors Open: 10 Beautiful Doors From Across Canada
Passageways don’t have to be new to be beautiful. From weathered wooden doors to sleek, classical designs, check out these gorgeous photographs snapped by Our Canada readers.
Portage La Prairie, Manitoba
Photographer Helen Rempel found inspiration in the two broken doors of this old house.
Linda Swance of Burlington, Ont., writes: “This door is very unique. Not for the door itself, but the house it belongs to. It is the entrance way to an old silo! The silo was converted into a very extraordinary castle/home! It can be found just outside Elora, Ontario.”
We’re smitten with this shot of the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, submitted by Karen Allin.
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Photographer Glenn Holtzhauer of Cambridge, Ont., is certainly aware of the Prince of Wales Hotel‘s iconic, down-to-earth exterior. Thanks for sharing!
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
A powerful shade of red, wonderfully captured by photographer Vanessa Vincent.
Tancook Island, Nova Scotia
Photographer Rosa Cross writes: “Rocks rolled in along the beach to make this door impassable.”
When you think about it, the older the door is, the more beautiful it is. Sherri McEwen’s awesome photo certainly proves us right.
The intricacies of this old wooden door positively pop in this shot, as captured by Christy Turner.
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Photographer Robbie Gorr found beauty in this small town’s All Saints Anglican Church.