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With lovely flower boxes and a blue door
Chris: I like the classical simplicity of the architecture here Elizabeth
Great style, Chris.
Chris: Yes it certainly is. Thank you Frank..
What can be behind the blue door?
Chris: I'm sure your VIVID imagination can provide an answer to this
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 17 Dec 2018, 06:20
We could be in Dublin, but I think we are in Bristol. A noble area!
Chris: We are in Worcester Philine. This is the Cathedral close..
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 17 Dec 2018, 06:37
And how good Regency looks in red brick, which gives contrast to the windows and doors
Chris: I have no problem with brick in this classical regency style Lisl
Lots of brick, Chris...and lots of repair. If WE were made of bricks, I suppose many of us would look likewise?! smile
Chris: I've just noticed there is what looks like grass growing on the roof Ginnie!
Très belle construction !
Chris: Thank you kindly Claudine
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 17 Dec 2018, 06:55
So much detail and what a wonderful corner, Chris. I love the red brick and all the windows.
(Is that grass growing on the roof??)
Chris: Yes it is grass up there Astrid. This is Worcester, near to Droitwich Spa, so we'll send Bill up there with his lawnmower..
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Dec 2018, 07:05
Now that is very grand. I like the window boxes on the left. I'm pleased to see no yellow lines, too.
Chris: Doesn't the absence of those horrible lines make a difference!
By the cathedral in Worcester. Did you know that Phil Serrell lives in college Precinct ?
Chris: Sorry but WTF is Phil Serrell??
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 17 Dec 2018, 08:32
I see that the owners of the houses decided to club together to build a barrier to prevent then falling into the road when drunk. Clearly the owner of the blue door refused to contribute.
Chris: They are all teetotal and smug in there Chad
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 17 Dec 2018, 10:50
The H in the corner is for Hambulances?
Chris: Hobviously
What a fine set of old buildings, I note the one, front on, needs a bit if a haircut.
Chris: Yes indeed. We're sending Bill up there with his lawnmower
It's evident that the occupant of the far left home takes pride in where he lives, Chris. Would love to see the interior.
Chris: So would I Bev!
good framing and point of view Chris....petersmile
Chris: Thank you Peter
they make a fine scene, Chris. i like the blue door. and the one with the triangular arch sticks out.
Chris: Yes indeed, thank you Ayush
Unmistakeable isn't it?
Chris: Yes it certainly is that Tom
The brings up all sorts of imaginative thoughts. Nice one mate!!
Chris: Thank you Rob
what characters of English literature might live here?

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