Doors Under-cover Hawaiian-style (DUH)

Gosh, it’s already Thursday and Norm’s already posted his Thursday Doors portal for all his followers to enter for the week.  For those readers that are curious and unaware of what Thursday Doors is all about, well, DUH!

First, a picture or pictures are worth a thousand words so rather than explain what Thursday Doors is, just pop on over to the TD website created by the master Door Blog Creator, Norm Frampton and see what he posted for this week.  If that wasn’t awesome enough, press the blue froggy button at the end of his post and watch your curiosity be satiated by other Door devotees trying to show you doors from the near and far reaches of the world and, join the fun by posting your own door images.

This week is going to be a short post; I was going to celebrate a May Day (the 1st day of May) in Hawaii post but I decided to post those images in the future.  That left me with, DUH; it was during my last trip home in February that I had the opportunity to really do a doorscurion in Honolulu seeing places that have gone under some form of urban renewal.  I found the old industrial area changing into new modern residential highrises and other uses but new entrepreneurs were also moving into the old industrial shops and renovating them for their new businesses and along with that, street and mural artists were commissioned to sprucing up the place.

I saw this mural a block away and when I got closer I knew I scored; a door hidden by the art work.  The same goes for the other two photos of this post.


The next two images also shows doors somewhere behind the murals (this one has two doors).


The last photo shows an open door and the highrises that are now a part of this skyline.


I have more photos of street murals and doors that will appear in future posts.

Thanks for visiting my blog and thanks to Norm 2.0 for his Thursday Doors blog.  For more blogs and photos of doors by others please go to: Thursday Doors.


13 thoughts on “Doors Under-cover Hawaiian-style (DUH)

  1. These low industrial buildings can look so bland and barren. It’s nice to see one that’s been given some eye appeal … some serious eye appeal!!

    I really like the first mural, even if it does suggest a massive weather system about to hit the islands!

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  2. Thanks, Jesh! Everyday is a feast day in Hawaii 🙂 1st time tourists always sign up for the luaus to see the Hawaiian cultural dances and food but the locals just gravitate to where the good restaurants or local eateries are. Usually, the elementary schools hold programs for May Day to teach the students about that day in Hawaii; I remember we had a May Pole dance in elementary school.


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