Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Wednesday Doorway: euh 42 - 26 ?

So is this number 42 or number 26?

22 comments:

Sacha said...

Je suis sous le charme et le romantisme qui émanent de cette photo ( très jolie photo )
Sacha

Sylvia K said...

Not sure which number, but love the doorway! Another great capture! Enjoy your evening, Ciel!!

Robert Geiss said...

Hängt wahrscheinlich davon ab, von wem man Post bekommt oder wer einen besuchen kommt ;)

Einen guten Mittwoch dir.

Randy said...

Maybe there is a number missing in the middle.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Silly girl. The left door is 42, the right door is 26. Interesting house, neat gate!

Bob Crowe said...

Do your building numbers only reach two digits? My house number is 1101. Our old home was 5629. The building I grew up in was 4109. Must be American expansionism.

LONDONLULU said...

Haha, my first thought was, perhaps it's 4226 :)...so I agree with Bob above, must be that American expansionism. Either way, lovely capture!

(I think my mystery tree is a hybrid variety of horse chestnut and buckeye tree called "Fort McNair red horse-chestnut" - it took a few more google tries to find out :)

Olivier said...

Charmante maison en meuliere, typiquement maison banlieusarde. c'est peut etre une co-propriete 1ere etage 42, 2eme 26 ;)

cieldequimper said...

I'm not sure there is a single street in France that reaches 4 digits. For instance, the longest street in Paris is said to be rue de Vaugirard, with number 407 at the end... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rue_de_Vaugirard

Malyss said...

Je pensais aussi au 4226..Ici, on a une rue avec deux series de chiffres car à un moment de son histoire elle a été raccourcie, et les n° ont changé, mais on n'a pas effacé les anciens . Par exemple on habite au nouveau n° 2, qui est l'ancien N° 28, sur la porte :2-28. ça doit être le cas pour ta photo.

Lowell said...

Very interesting entrance...but what is that thing with the numbers - some kind of shed? The number is obviously 4226. Sheesh!

Re your comment on SC: the point is to hit the little ball into the little hole with just one putt. I'm off to try that again this morning but it is the impossible dream for some of us!

Halcyon said...

Good question. One for the ages!

VP said...

We barely get to three digit on a few streets here and a number like this would be very strange. Very nice picture, by the way!|

Thérèse said...

and why not 4326? :-)

Cezar and Léia said...

c'est encore confus pour moi!
Mais la porte est magnifique!
Léia

joo said...

And what is there behind the gate:)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I think it USED to be 26, now they like 42 better haha!

JM said...

I have found some strange numbers here too! :-)

JM said...

I have found some strange numbers here too! :-)

Leslie D. said...

a little confusing but somehow in keeping with the eclectic and tres charmant building!

Small City Scenes said...

I love the fence or gate. I like the wrought iron stuff or whatever.
Pick a number and be surprised. MB

Gunn said...

I guess I would have been lost here.... :)
Looks nice, so perhaps I would have tried to find someone who could speak english...... and guide me to the right house or flat.