Antigua Walls & Doors

Having captured a good number of photos of the various ruins, churches and other sites in Antigua, I realized I hadn’t captured any photos of the rest of the city, which features an incredible array of colors, textures and doors.

City blocks are fairly uniform in the fact that walls are right up to the sidewalk and street, with the interiors hidden away behind doors and windows. I absolutely love walking around the city and I am so pleased that its proximity makes for an easy afternoon getaway.

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5 thoughts on “Antigua Walls & Doors

    • It sure is. That one is called Aqua. It is dormant, but nearby is Fuego, which is active and belches out smoke on a pretty regular basis.

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  1. Hi Brandon, I love the textures and compositions you captured. There is gracefulness in the simplicity of your compositions and so much variety with the stucco, paint, and surroundings.

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