Tag Archives: Launceston
Its always an interesting thing to look at when one era borrows from another. In this case the shape of the door is Elizabethan generally and was used in the odd English fortified home before that. And yet here we have a door in a building that likely just preceded or was built at the time of the most recognisable modern twentieth century style that being Art Deco.
I’m bit of a sucker for photographing shop names and there have been some real winners, but this on is just plain fun. Ali’s Barber Shop, on Elizabeth Street in Launceston made me laugh I am sure the owner presumably Ali thought of the word play as a bit of a giggle…