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This is a set of doors from my trip to Sedona/Grand Canyon in early November. Whilst waiting for my friends to check-in to our hotel for the night in Grand Canyon I spied these Saloon doors and drew my cell phone the only camera on me at that moment to shoot the doors. “)

Granted these aren’t the doors I immediately think of when the words Saloon, and American Southwest come to mind, but…aren’t they pretty!

Wagon Wheel Saloon Doors

iPhone 7Plus| PS CC2017

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  1. Stupendous door!

  2. Beautiful doors!

  3. That’s a great find! So purdy, you sure the sign wasn’t supposed to say “Salon”? Might even be hiding the vortex behind those doors 😉

    • LOL! To if so I was so close to feeling and finding one!

      Thank you Gordon for the chuckle and comment!

      Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow for some birding.

  4. Doors within doors. These are really cool … a 10 out of 10!

  5. your doors are wonderful and this is no exception!!!

  6. They are so unusual, Deborah. I love the raised panels with an almost Celtic/Norse/Viking look to them. One of those descriptions must be right, lol!

  7. Very cool doors, Deborah. I’ve been to Sedona a number of times, but not since the doors challenge started. What beautiful country!


  8. Exactly the kind of doors one would expect in the southwest – nice find Deborah 🙂

  9. Very nice.

  10. They are pretty, Deborah. I know that “ooh, doors!” Moment very well.

  11. Beautiful, Deborah, even though you didn’t capture them with your official cameras:) I know it has a Southwestern name, but somehow the panels leave an impression of another area. Am curious!

  12. They may not be the ‘typical’ saloon doors (like you said)…but boy aren’t they gorgeous!!! 🙂

  13. I’m with you on this one, Deborah. I’d be barging through those doors* and demanding a free slug of whisky (I’ve seen cowboy films) as compensation for not having bona fide Western Saloon swing doors for me to burst through,
    (*I don’t think I’m strong enough to barge through these doors, they look a bit heavy, all those hinges and far too nice.)

    • ROFL!! Now I’m gonna have an image of you in chaps, and 10 gallon hat all day! 🙂

      Thanks for the laugh Phil!

  14. Pretty unique set of double doors there.

  15. Ooh yes, very pretty! Can’t say I’ve seen any like that 🙂 Nice find!

  16. Very cool doors for sure!

  17. These are nice doors!

  18. Very! I think these are my favorite doors yet! So cool Deborah 😀

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