Tuesday, October 29, 2019

#10



35 comments:

  1. The paint supplier should be getting some business.

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  2. ...I could barely see the number.

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  3. Hello, the number is small, I can barely see it. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great week ahead.

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  4. Little overdue maintenance ?

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  5. The people at No. 10 think those next door are lowering the tone of the neighbourhood.

    God bless.

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  6. Two interesting doors, one the worse for wear.

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  7. I know for sure this is not not Boris Johnson's resident's. He resides at a different #10. ;-)

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  8. #10 makes just a tad bit sad. Is it a home or a business? Is is vacant? The picture causes me to have questions but I like it.

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  9. These door could tell some stories. Like the composition of this photo.

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  10. This looks so much like a scene I'd find in some of the small towns around here. It would just be dryer and dustier.

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  11. Lots of life and history in this building, no doubt.

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  12. Sure looks like its seen better days.

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  13. This could be a photo prompt for writing a post at my site! Who lived there, what happened there in that community, ...?

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  14. So sad but beautiful in its own way 🍂💮🍁

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  15. I'm sure there is a lot of history behind those old doors.
    Great capture.

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  16. It looks like #10 has seen much better days. I'm not used to seeing one eroding from the ground up.

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  17. A picture to launch a thousand tales.

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  18. I know the government have other things to think about but I didn't realise No 10 was looking so tatty.

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  19. Hi Bill.

    It is a pity that something beautiful is falling into such a state.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  20. Love the color of the doors! I had to look hard to find the #10.

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  21. Sad to see Bill, but these old doors are deliciously photogenic 💙

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  22. It was quite hard to see the number 10, but it made a good picture … sad to see things falling into disrepair though.

    All the best Jan

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