GV Doors by Marc

Today I’m posting some Greenwich Village Doors photographed by Marc Felix. One mosoleum gate from Green-Wood in Brooklyn. The bulldog over the old stable used to be the emblem of Wells Fargo.

For Thursday Doors

17 thoughts on “GV Doors by Marc

  1. jazzytower 2022-01-13 / 9:15 pm

    A nice collection of doors. My favorite is that last one.

    Pat

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  2. Teresa 2022-01-08 / 5:55 pm

    I don’t know but I seem to like the very simple Commerce St blue door the best

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  3. hassan@frontiernet.net 2022-01-07 / 2:48 pm

    Wow, Sherry – I can’t believe the crooked bricks in the last two photos . You wonder what the walls look like inside!! Thanks, as always, for sharing. Hope all is well. We are hanging in there – we probably got only an inch or so of snow overnight. Of course the cold is not allowing it to melt off our cars, so I have to get to work. Love, Cathy

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    • Sherry Felix 2022-01-07 / 5:21 pm

      I guess they just replaster when it cracks inside 🙂 It looked like 5 inches of snow here.

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  4. Dan Antion 2022-01-07 / 9:57 am

    Great doors, Sherry/Marc – That top photo shows a remarkable building. I need to find this when I visit again.

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  5. Barbara Bryan 2022-01-07 / 9:19 am

    I particularly noted the elaborate detail in the first Murray Hill photo. It is almost more decor than building! The green gate is lovely!

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  6. shoreacres 2022-01-07 / 6:54 am

    I especially like the colors of the mausoleum gate, but in the photo just below, kudos to the homeowners as well as the photographer: the round skylight above the door and the round, concrete ball next to it make for a pleasing view.

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