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Shop front?

Mum and I were taken with the fascia of this house
whilst we were prowling around the Bay

Victorian Terrace House/shop

For earlier posts in this series, check out The Doors Archive.

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  1. I see from your previous post that you succumb to pressure! I enjoyed your answers; though, what the heck took you so long?

    Oh.the pictures today were a lovely interlude.

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  2. Just been looking at your pics on Redbubble...what a lovely gallery for them...all beautiful crying out to be hung, loved the autumn leaves, well loved them all. I will wait for your next visit and you can maybe set it up for me then.
    Veri word is :sware. As if!

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  3. These are beautiful!!! Fabulous! Have a wonderful weekend! ~Janine XO

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  4. What is it about doors and windows? Some of our best shots, (my husband is a professional, I am below amateur) are of windows and doors. My favorites are from Mexico and Paris.

    Yours pics are terrific.

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  5. That's a gorgeous shopfront, and how unusual to see it these days...

    Lovely, Saz, hope you are well my lovely friend xxx

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  6. Lovely.

    Wait, isn't that MY house?!

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  7. Always entreaty, isn't it, with windows and doors, especially old ones. Nice shots. Beautiful company.

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  8. Unusual colors on the shop front to present a cheerful, inviting fascade. Nice capture.

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  9. I've always wanted to go to Ireland just to see the doors. Have you seen them?

    Happy Mother's Day!

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  10. I do love that front. Very smart!

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  11. That's definitely a store front to be proud of.

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  12. Love the brown and blue shades together :)

    How are you?

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  13. Excellent signage for someone who deals in signs, I must say! Very pretty!

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