6

6

I spotted this number on a gate post in front of a house. A brassy six is layered on top of a handmade predecessor.

I wonder why they didn’t paint the post before adding the new number. Maybe they didn’t want to be bothered.

Or who knows, maybe they discovered they liked the doubled up effect. Why settle for a solo number when you can create friction between two?

Then again, maybe it’s the home of a couple that argues a lot and it’s even reflected in the look of the front gate.

What do you think?

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