Monday was Labor Day, a U.S. holiday, and since Bill and I were both off work we went to the Sarah P. Duke Gardens. The open door above leads into the Terrace cafe, nestled in the garden. Although we ate lunch after we left the gardens, I thought the open door was appealing.From one part of the garden, you can see Duke Chapel. I zoomed in from a distance and then cropped out the door as you can see below. Not a great shot but I thought I'd throw it in. This "chapel" has 3 pipe organs and seats 1,600 people.After we left the gardens and had lunch, we went to the part of town which used to be a warehouse district for tobacco companies. After the tobacco companies left, as part of revitalizing downtown Durham they renovated the buildings to use for performing arts, businesses, exhibits, and other purposes. In the American Tobacco Historic District there is a massive water feature running through the area for several city blocks.
Believe it or not, the old train is part of the water feature. You can see the door to what I assume is the caboose above and below how it fits into the water feature.
So that's the hodgepodge of doors I saw this Labor Day: a garden cafe, a chapel, and a train door. If anyone is interesting in joining this fun challenge or wants to find other participants, please head on over to Heaven in Belgium.