I have an extensive back log of door photos to post up. For this week’s Thursday Doors, I thought I’d revisit Melbourne.
Some of you might remember the bright blue door of The Fat Penguin cafe from one of my last posts – a bold blue to grab attention, but not too bright that it shocks you awake before you’ve had your morning coffee. I was pleasantly surprised to find a similarly bright blue door a couple of blocks down the street.
Ok, not quite the same effect as the one from The Fat Penguin, given its unusual placement/context, but I still like the colour. Not sure where it leads, but they say Melbourne is famous for its little alleyways and secret lanes, so it could be anything. Don’t think it’s open access though…
Just off this road-of-intermittent-blue-doors, I found the following pair of green doors. First, the one on the left:
…and then the one facing it across the landing:
I couldn’t help but think how charming it was. I think the first door is probably the back entrance to whatever shop/business was on the corner (sorry, I didn’t pay attention to that – probably because they didn’t have an interesting door), but the second green door appears to be residential. This is possibly the shortest walk home ever!
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