On the back streets, far away from the footsteps of tourists, I found a yellow door in Cozumel. Yellow was a popular colour choice, walls, and doors were splashed with this bold declaration. Just coming from grey wet Seattle, it was like a bit of fallen sunshine captured on this door!
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Love, love, LOVE it! And yellow! And you!;-)
It certainly brightens the place up, Susan, and exudes sunshine!
Far better than the cold we’re currently experiencing!
Tom, one good thing about this cold weather, we can expect a bumper crop of apples and pears!
Please come to El Tuito, the name means “place of Gpd and beauty” and we have lots of painted doors
Pat, I would love to!