My apologies for missing the boat last week; my old Hawaiian roots of moving in Hawaiian Time (aka fashionably late) made me miss uploading my post by minuets (okay, I’ll be honest and say about an hour). I had the post ready to go very late Friday night – Saturday early morning so I decided I would get up early and upload the post but things have a way of distracting you so when I finally got to uploading it was too late.
Here’s the boat I might have missed (a 3-masted ship at the Elsinore Shipyard near the Kronborg Castle in Denmark):
Back to business so our TD guest host, Joey, can just sit back and enjoy the TD minions getting their work uploaded, on a timely basis, to enjoy. I still have doors for Copenhagen but I decided I’ll do a smorgasbord for you this week and move on, leaving other door remnants for a rainy day.
Our Danish apartment-owner host left us some information about shopping areas, places to see and restaurants in Copenhagen (I guess he forgot to list door locations). One suggestion that he highlighted was a restaurant to have a Scandinavia Smorgasbord, a buffet of a variety of Scandinavian food, or another definition, a wide range of something; a variety. Well, we didn’t get a chance to eat at the smorgasbord restaurant but I did have my doorscurions while doing my other photography so I’m treating you to a smorgasbord of doors, many taken during an evening walk after we had dinner along the canal.
This was a door from a building on the Kronborg Castle grounds.
Doors along the canal buildings:
They seem to like having their shops below grade so watch your step (no handrailing).
Window shutter doors!
My guess is the sign is no parking as I don’t see any railroads near here:
Guess this beats a security cam:
Doors in the Copenhagen shopping area including tagged doors:
Bon Appetite; hope you were satiated by the smorgasbord.
Be sure to visit guest host, Joey’s (Norm Frampton’s) Thursday Doors website this week to check other door posts from around the world; just read Joey’s (Norm’s TD) post for the week and then press the blue “ribbitt” thing to unlock the door to other door enthusiasts’ posts for the week and enjoy or join in and post a door of your own. Thanks for visiting my post and thanks to Norm 2.0 for his creation of the Thursday Doors website. For more posts and photos of doors by others please go to: Thursday Doors .