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Fournier Street

By charlotte
The third and penultimate image from the Bow Bells series. I'm really amazed how well they've been received so far...some really positive feedback, so thank you to everyone for your C&C's, they really are appreciated.
I'm not sure if the flowers on the doorstep were left by an admirer or chucked out for rubbish! I'll never tire of these gorgeous buildings and if you find yourself in the East End of London for whatever reason, try and make time for a little peak. Wink

Tags: Photo journalism London General Architecture Spitalfields East end

Voters: MattB1987, gwynn56, enricopardo and 29 more

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mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1792 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 8:51AM
The epicentre of the Huguenot silk-weaving community, and some of the best preserved houses in the area. This is so beautiful. The dead floweres are mysterious, add a bit of edge - probably rubbish that's waiting for collection, but they could as easily be a tribute to past history.
I like the way you are composing these - they are simple, factual, but very elegant.
Moira

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MickyMc 10 8 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 10:04AM
A really interesting series and I can see that you feel close to this area too.
Mavis
LesF 11 182 9
22 Feb 2012 12:40PM
Terrific


LesF
22 Feb 2012 5:25PM
Really like this one Charlotte. Those windows are amazing.

It's funny how just around the corner you have modern buildings like the Gherkin and Lloyds.

Nice one.

Pavan.
Jocelia 6 2 1 Australia
24 Feb 2012 3:17AM
I agree with you on the love of old buildings, I love to see the sashes and the shutters.
I happened on your portfolio while clicking through and I am so please that I did.
Love your series………….Jocelia

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