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The Hull Armories, I had to pass by this building and grounds every day as I made my way to school and in later times to work. Early evenings and week-ends we would see cadets parading or being put to some kind of “task” or “routine”. Now except for the odd event, we see little activity there on a regular basis.

Time has a way of changing circumstances and the world around us.

So we learn from our past. Does history not provide us with valuable lessons, so many of us have lived through times where in some parts of the world, human beings are not always kind to one another, yet under different skies and circumstances, these same people would walk side by side in peace .. even indifference. A door opens both ways, we have a choice, to enter, leave, or walk by. A door is a reminder that we have a choice. Choose wisely.

For more doors, please visit Dan’s site, No facilities https://nofacilities.com/2023/03/16/newton-waltham-leftovers/

Comments on: "Thursday doors" (15)

  1. Fine selection of green doors

  2. Lovely sentiment today. I really like the last line.

  3. These are so amazing military doors.Anita

    • Thank you Anita… it took my leaving the area and coming back year later, before I got to go and take pictures.. it is awful how we an take something for granted.. thankfully I got around to going back while it is still standing.

  4. Would that we would never have to use military force but I’m thankful it’s there if needed. Nice set of green doors. πŸ™‚


  5. Love this, a Door is a choice

  6. Enjoyed this post. Nice green doors! πŸ™‚

  7. More need to have your way of thinking. Nice post!

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