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.
Photo: Alan Cheng
Alan Cheng of Scarborough writes, “In the summer of 2012, while vacationing in P.E.I., I snapped this photo at a gas station near the town of Borden-Carleton, the starting point of the Confederation Bridge on the Island. The bright white door stood out nicely against the vivid green of the wall.“
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Photo: Brittany Walker
Brittany Walker of Melita, Man., says, “I travelled to St. John’s a while back and while there, snapped this picture of a colourful door in the downtown area. St. John’s is a beautiful, one-of-a-kind city filled with colourfully painted homes.“
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Photo: Cathy Martin
Treasures Close to Home
“Napan, N.B., has become one of my favourite places to explore,“ shares Cathy Martin of nearby Miramichi. “Most of the time, I take landscape photos of sweeping fields, the river or farms, but I discovered this gem along the way.“