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June 16, 2014

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I am inextricably drawn to some red Swedish Hasbeens.

There is also The Year of Reading Dangerously; how fifty books saved my life, by Andy Miller
(available here http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Year-Reading-Dangerously-Fifty/dp/0007255756.) It even has some red on the cover.

I love No. 269 in Oxford. what a superb door!

Your camera records the reds very nicely.

Just read your blog and am currently deciding on door colour for my new front door. It is going to have to be red.

We have a very very bright red door! We're right on Eton High St and it is so bright and cheerful. The chemist across the street has a Klein blue frontage and the colours are so zingy when coming home on a wet November afternoon.

I know that red Brooklyn door. Until I saw the caption I was ready to be amazed that there was one so similar somewhere in England.

I want to live at 269 with the delicious red door.

Red - a colour to bring you up short! Watch out, take care, here I am sort of colour. A glossy red front door is certainly very smart focussing your attention as you enter...

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