#ThursdayDoors – Barcelona and Granada, Spain

Here is another offering in response to Dan’s ThursdayDoors Photo Challenge at ‘No Facilities’

These photos were taken in Barcelona in 2008.  The first is a handsome wooden door and not enhanced by the graffiti in my view – but somehow eye-catching.  The second door also has visual interest despite having no artistic merit.  The third, fourth and fifth photos certainly do have artistic merit, livening up what would have been a blank shuttered doorway.

More shutters, this time in Granada, Spain, taken in 2012. Not everyone will like these but they do add vibrancy into the street scene.

Author: Paul

I am a retired, married bloke, dad and grandad - growing old with attitude.

6 thoughts on “#ThursdayDoors – Barcelona and Granada, Spain”

  1. Love the last one the most – artfully done! Was in Malaga, South coast of Spain (too) many years ago. Later If found out that it was Picasso's birth place. Jesh

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  2. Malaga has been regenerated in recent years and is worth a visit. It has a Picasso museum but there are also other Picasso Museums in Barcelona and Paris.

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