Thursday, July 20, 2006

Parrot Window and Turquoise Doors

A window belonging to a restaurant in the El Presidio district. I like this area because its the original architecture of Tucson, when it was Spanish colonial - small vine draped windows, ash white adobe walls, patio gates in wood and wrought iron leading into shaded hidden spaces, narrow wood doors with (often) turquoise trim.


Blogger Marie McC said...

Louz, love the doors! If you have individual close-ups of each door, I would post them on Doorways Around the World.

4:45 PM  
Blogger Ryan of OC Photos said...

I like the uniqueness of this house. The door on the left looks al ittle small though.

5:30 PM  
Blogger Louz said...

Hi Marie, unfortunately I don't. I'm planning a trip to the area sometime soon to get some better photos. Thanks for visiting "Orange County". Its does look so narrow you wonder if its usable - or maybe its just a fake door, for effect. Don't know.

11:55 PM  

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