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photoblog image Brisl with Lisl without drisl

Brisl with Lisl without drisl

More Brisl with Lisl or A nice day out in Bristol.

 

A series of snaps taken with my miniature portable telephone.

 

 An ordinary street in Bristol - or, unloading verboten.

Brisl with Lisl without drisl

More Brisl with Lisl or A nice day out in Bristol.

 

A series of snaps taken with my miniature portable telephone.

 

 An ordinary street in Bristol - or, unloading verboten.

comments (16)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 14 Sep 2018, 01:01
The wheelie bins dominate the footpath, Chad!
gutteridge: That’s because it’s a rubbish street Ray.
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
  • 14 Sep 2018, 02:29
too bad they built the modern building at the end of the street

the older structures are so picturesque
gutteridge: I agree Sherri, but I do like the contras in styles of architecture for this photograph.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 14 Sep 2018, 06:04
The colourful houses with the bay windows are typically English. 'Verboten' is a German word, but it is not often used in our country anymore.
gutteridge: I am intrigued as to why verboten has fallen from favour as a word.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 14 Sep 2018, 06:13
The area was full of little terraces like this before they started building the high-rise flats
gutteridge: Your statement could true of most our cities I suppose Lisl.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 14 Sep 2018, 06:32
Just imagine having a monstrosity like that planted at the end of your nice little Victorian terrace..
gutteridge: Agreed Tiff, but to be positive, it would be a constant reminder of how fortunate you are to live in this street and not in the high rise.
I do remember a street with colorful houses (not the famous Bristol ones), Chad, and just went to my images to see if I saw this, too, and YES, I did. YAY. We're finally on the same page. HA!
gutteridge: Parallel worlds finally combine.
Cheerfully painted victorian dwellings
gutteridge: Cheerful is the word Bill.
Cheerfully painted victorian dwellings
gutteridge: So cheerful it’s worth saying twice.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 14 Sep 2018, 09:39
Vorsicht geboten!
Achtung: Bei dieser Nachricht ist Vorsicht geboten!

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Quite nice old houses but I would hate to be overlooked by that tower block.
gutteridge: I see what you mean Brian.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 14 Sep 2018, 15:00
Mmmm, so the moving van can load, but not unload. Well that could be an issue. So you can move out, but nobody can move in, except if they use a smaller truck. British rules boggle the mind.
gutteridge: Yes, it’s quite a conundrum.
i like the different pastel colours of the houses on this street Chad....petersmile
gutteridge: They are cheerful Peter.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 14 Sep 2018, 16:26
Yes.. all very odd that you can load there but not unload. I like the blue house; I'd like to live in one that colour.
gutteridge: Is there a more complicated language in the world?
Reminds me of a collector friend of mine who collected the worlds most boring postcards smile
gutteridge: Tiff and I did that during the 1990s and we made them into a book.
Une rue ordinaire c'est bien titré ...
Bonne journée
gutteridge: A very ordinary start Claudine.
guessing it was trash pick up day
gutteridge: Either that or they have nowhere else to store their bins.

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