Posted on February 25, 2018 23 Comments
Nicely done, Andrew!
Thanks Sue, I can never resist a good window!
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A definite feature of all Spanish towns, a cultural issue maybe?
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?
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.
I like that seafront walk and all the seafood restaurants. Need to bag a lunch time spot early because it is Sunday!
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!!
Thanks Michael, I appreciate that!
I don’t know why, but I love doors. These are lovely photos showing character and age as well as beauty.
I love the Spanish doors and windows. I still can´t get used to them being all around me. Your pictures are great!
Thanks, I can’t resist them. I like the different styles from the various regions.
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
I always wonder about the other side of the door Curt. I like visiting Italy and wandering around the streets where people live, there is always plenty of noise behind the doors especially at meal times.
Have you ever gone up and knocked on a door out of curiosity, Andrew?
I have taken a peek when a property is clearly abandoned or if it is a public building but never a domestic home. I am not so bold.
Peggy has done it, and complimented the people on what a beautiful door they have. 🙂
Would that modern Architects looked at History of Architecture a bit more. So many doors these days are bland and stark.
Problem is you haven’t got any 400 year old doors and we like plastic Windows.
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 ?
Doors are fascinating don’t you think, I always try to imagine what sort of people have passed through them over the years!
I must admit I’ve never given them any thought and I reckon it’s a bit late now for me to start 😥
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