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The paint supplier should be getting some business.
...I could barely see the number.
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Doors with stories to tell.
Hello, the number is small, I can barely see it. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great week ahead.
Little overdue maintenance ?
The people at No. 10 think those next door are lowering the tone of the neighbourhood.God bless.
It needs a paint job....
Two interesting doors, one the worse for wear.
I know for sure this is not not Boris Johnson's resident's. He resides at a different #10. ;-)
Interesting and sad building.
#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.
It's an empty old building.
These door could tell some stories. Like the composition of this photo.
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.
Lots of life and history in this building, no doubt.
Sure looks like its seen better days.
Old building. Was that a house ?
It was an old building.
This could be a photo prompt for writing a post at my site! Who lived there, what happened there in that community, ...?
Needs a little tlc, Bill!
So sad but beautiful in its own way 🍂💮🍁
Well worn, Bill.
I'm sure there is a lot of history behind those old doors.Great capture.
It looks like #10 has seen much better days. I'm not used to seeing one eroding from the ground up.
A picture to launch a thousand tales.
I like that blue color.
I know the government have other things to think about but I didn't realise No 10 was looking so tatty.
LOL!All the best Jan
Hi Bill.It is a pity that something beautiful is falling into such a state.Greeting from Patricia.
Love the color of the doors! I had to look hard to find the #10.
Sad to see Bill, but these old doors are deliciously photogenic 💙
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