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Thursday Doors – May 25, 2017 – The Old Church 1882

Here is my entry for Norm’s Thursday Doors – May 25, 2017 challenge.  ENJOY!

Here are two of the doors from The Old Church 1882 in Portland, Oregon.  This is the oldest church on its original foundation in Portland.

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Cee

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  1. I like the strong, vertical black and white lines in contrast with the aqua door. Very nice! Hey, Cee, I’m trying to get bloggers from all over the US to interact with my (relatively) new site, http://www.sweetgumlife.com. Can you send me a Like from Washington State and Oregon? 🙂 😉

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  2. That color stands out beautiful against the white surroundings. Awesome shots Cee. Simple yet elegant door – thanks for sharing this 🙂

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