It is Thursday, and here are some more pictures of doors around Leicester.
First up, this porch which juts out from the house and opens sideways onto the driveway.
Here is a grocers integrated into the houses on the street. The windows appear well fortified.
This door on the corner of Wolverton and Lambert roads has no visible handle on the outside, suggesting it is purely decorative. The real door to the property is likely on the right.
This is a house/garage combo, with lots of flowers and plants around the driveway. The entrance is framed by a curved arch in the brickwork.
This pair of houses on Ivy Road show differences in style between the short brick wall and the pointy railings. The door on the left is made of wavy translucent glass, paired with a white curtain (probably for privacy).
I looked into this scrapyard, quite pleased with the balanced exposure on this shot.
This breeze block wall separates Wilberforce Walk from a series of warehouses and industrial units. The path crosses under the railway line, a useful little passageway I didn’t know about before.
I’m aware I haven’t posted here in a long while. Non door-related content is on hold while I have no time to focus on anything else.