Or windows? What’s your preference? Tlalpan, Mexico city.
Door. Tlalpan. Most of those are from Colonial times. 16th, 17th century.
Number 250, previously number 42. Couldn’t find the door. I wonder how the “mailperson” does it?
Beyond the shadow of a door… (Might have done that one already?) I am working on my shadows…
Anybody home? Tlalpan.
The utility company has put new meters recently. Poor taste. My grandmother might have said: “vulgarity is taking over the world”? 😉
Wall. Not a window. The door is to the right.
In the jungle, the mighty jungle…
The house of bells, Tlalpan. This is the second Mercedes I see parked there. The other is a yellow vintage model. ‘Will try to get you a better shot. Oh! That house if for sale. Anybody interested?
Special combo: a door AND a window. (Plus a tax refund of 72Million bucks)
Doors to the vet clinic. To the right. Tlalpan. Again. Time to move?
Bottles. Not doors. Just to make sure you’re still paying attention.
The importance of light. See later on. Morning shot.
San Angel, Mexico city. Der Mond und die Sonne. The moon and sun. Le soleil (a rendez-vous avec) la lune. Only the Germans could make the sun female and the moon male… 😉
Siesta time. House of bells. See above. Doors and windows? On the other pics, Mate.
San Angel. Alfred Hitchcock slept here, it is rumoured.
“I want a simple door”, said the owner to the architect. San Angel. Close to the “birds”.
House of bells. Tlalpan. Sans Mercedes.
The importance of light, part 2. Remember the one above? Afternoon shot.
May the light be with you. 🙏🏻