Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Colours


La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina

26 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Oh wow, you will never miss that doorway! Diane

Chintan said...

i totally dig such colorful houses...i don't think i can paint mine like this, but i wouldn't mind one near a beach :)

love the photograph....i love colors...

Team G Square said...

Lovely capture , Bright colors .

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

La Boca is an excellent example of making a charming and popular tourist destination out of what would otherwise be a nondescript working class port area.

Burano, Italy, in the Venetian lagoon is another example.

Marias Teater said...

Lovely colours!

Sciarada said...

Mamma mia che bello!
Excuse the expression in Italian, but just so I could make the wonder of this extraordinary explosion of colors!

Have a good week JM!

Art said...

Very nice picture!

Pat said...

Love the colors! Wonderful shot!

Sylvia K said...

Even I wouldn't have a problem finding this colorful place! And I agree with Dave -- great example of creating a charming place! Terrific!

Sylvia

Carolina Tavares said...

As fachadas coloridas são lindas. Um pedaço pequeno da tradição portenha. Um tango em Buenos Aires.

joo said...

I love it!

Dimple said...

Bright colors to help you find the mouth!
I think they are very attractive!

DeeBee L. said...

I'm always enthusiastic about colourful photos, they are so effective and this one is a lot!

Halcyon said...

Definitely a colorful door!

BrandNewStudio said...

WonderfulPicture

EG Wow said...

t looks very festive!

Cezar and Léia said...

Essa porta é maravilhosa!Eu nunca visitei Buenos Aires, espero ter a oportunidade em breve.Esse bairro é super colorido, a porta é bem caracteristica e especial.Linda foto!
Léia

Fabien said...

On pourrait la baptiser la Maison Pantone. Très jolie.

Dina said...

This blog has everything!

JM, yes, I did see "Of Gods and Men" last December. I wish the whole world would see this movie about the brave and true monks.
The Jerusalem Cinematheque had a one-time premier showing last December. Most of the audience were nuns and monks, which made it even more moving to watch.

Jean said...

Very cool "Door" photo. I was a profession picture framer. Doors were a very hot item to frame.

Nicky said...

Wow that is colorful! :) Have a great day! XO

Nita said...

Welcome to my garden.
I'll be back.

Stewart M said...

Hi there - thanks for the comment on my blog - I always did like the image of the Empire State Building through the gap in the buildings - and this is the first time I've posted it! And you are the first person to mention it!

Cheers - Stewart M

PS: I like the colourful doors shot!

Jacob said...

I think everyone has said what I would say - fantastic colors - bright and cheery. A cabaret?

Stickup Artist said...

What really caught my eye is that blue and white striped scrolled shape on the left hanging in the yellow/orange background. What a lovely shape. Do you know what it is? Does it have a function or is it purely decorative?

Francisca said...

Isn't it amazing how bright colours make you smile?