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.

3 Comments:

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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