Fournier Street, London, April 2019

Thursday doors

Doors 69. Fournier Street (Part 2) – 25 April 2019

The second installment of doors from Fournier Street in the East End of London from a couple of weeks back. This week there is a bit of shutter action as well, and I suppose they are a kind of door, aren’t they? Here we go then…

Door with beautiful surround, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Door with beautiful surround, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Door knocker and grille, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Door knocker and grille, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Another slightly wonky door to a garden, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Another slightly wonky door to a garden, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Fine door and matching shutters, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Fine door and matching shutters, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Dark blue door and matching shutters, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Dark blue door and matching shutters, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Door eleven, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Door eleven, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Eleven and a half! Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Eleven and a half! Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Great doors, great shutters, great colours, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Great doors, great shutters, great colours, Fournier Street, London, April 2019

So that’s is for this week, back to something a little more mundane next time.

If you like doors and want to see more from around the globe then visit the inspiration behind Thursday Doors go and take a look at Norm 2.0 blog where there are links to yet more doors in the commemnts at the end.

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scooj

I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

6 thoughts on “Thursday doors”

  1. Yes you hit the jackpot with the street. I love the dark blue and the last one for its complementary mix of colours. I wonder if those two neighbours discussed their colour choices before they painted.

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