These old houses (with their very simple doors) were built in the early 20th century and are located at an old district of my hometown of Fortaleza, Brazil, next to a large cultural center (that’s where the reddish light comes from). Most houses are now shops, bars, and restaurants to serve locals and tourists visiting the center (last photo). When I took these photos, restaurants and bars were just opening for dinner, drinks and live music.
Love the light in these. The 2nd shot, with the 3 doors is pretty cool 🙂
Thanks, Norm! I’m running out of doors and with all the recent rain in LA, and some pretty windy days, I haven’t been able to shoot new ones…
Very interesting, all that color. It sure is good to see in the winter. But it’s not just color – you have a way with it, you make it harmonious and intense at the same time.
That’s so generous of you, Lynn! Thank you so much. It means a lot coming from a photographer/artist of you caliber!
You have a great eye, no doubt about it! I’m sorry I don’t get to your blog more often. You know how it is – too many emails, too little time. But when I do come here I am always captivated by something, and often it involves ICM or color.
I’m always happy to hear from you whenever you stop by! 😘