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Spain, Doors and Windows

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23 responses to “Spain, Doors and Windows

  1. Nicely done, Andrew!

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  2. A definite feature of all Spanish towns, a cultural issue maybe?

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    • Culture? Climate? Heritage? Maybe a combination of factors but for me whatever it may be they are irresistible when I have my camera in hand.

      How is Malaga?

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      • At the moment it’s wet and cloudy, yesterday cloudy but warm. Visited the CAC yesterday and had a superb Zarzuela lunch before slowly tasting a very wide variety of wines at El Pimpi watching the Alcazar swirl into an alcoholic mist! Today, Pompidou Centre and seafront walk, lunch, then Golden Tips tea shop.

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      • I like that seafront walk and all the seafood restaurants. Need to bag a lunch time spot early because it is Sunday!

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      • Yes it’s family day down there. It was packed inland yesterday with restaurants very full. We might return to the same one as we missed a weekend special involving a free bottle of wine we didn’t spit till leaving!!

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  3. I don’t know why, but I love doors. These are lovely photos showing character and age as well as beauty.

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  4. I love the Spanish doors and windows. I still can´t get used to them being all around me. Your pictures are great!

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  5. I always like the doors, Andrew, but Peggy loves the windows, especially if she can see in and check out what’s happening inside! –Curt

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  6. Would that modern Architects looked at History of Architecture a bit more. So many doors these days are bland and stark.

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  7. You seem to have a thing about doors; I’m wondering; when you were a naughty little boy, did your mother lock you outside when you played up as punishment?
    If not; why not ?

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