Beautiful. Many are not unlike the doors here in New Mexico. I love wood doors with carving and texture and bold, cast iron fixtures.
Frank:The fun thing about Frigiliana is that they're so noticeable being one after the other on the narrow streets. It made my job easy. I used to love wandering the old towns of Connecticut (and Boston's street) admiring the doors. I've never done the same in New Mexico!
Such character and individuality in each one!! Beautiful........I could collect doors, just sayin.
Jim:I could, too. I had a friend who actually bought old doors in Italy and had them shipped to his home in Los Angeles.
I remember being in Seville and Toledo and peering trough doors into wonderful courtyard oasises (sp?).
Stephen:The discoveries behind those doors are magical in Sevilla and Toledo. You think you're looking at a boxy home only to discover spectacular interior gardens. Not as common on the streets of Frigiliana since so many of the houses are built right into the rock hillside.
So beautiful. I love looking at doors and colors.. I would frame all of these together, poster style!!
Elaine:Those posters, like "The Doors of Dublin," are my inspiration.
I could use a quiet stress free stroll this afternoon.
Travel:All you need to do is hop on a plane, fly for a day, and then drive to Frigiliana.
Wish there was some way to "like" on blogspot... but BIG LIKE.....
Willym:I used to have those buttons on my blog!
wonder what is behind each of the doors - who lives there, what lives do the people lead?
anne marie:Well, we did meet an English woman with a cat in the house opposite the studio.
So much different character in each of those doors.
Wilma:And there were so many more!
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