Morrie’s admirer Niña lives behind these gates. I think she spends more time at our house, though! Here is Niña. You’ll see more of her later:
The vines surrounding the concrete pillars in front of this beachside hotel grow up the sides of trees, thus the rounded shape. Usually they are used as pillars with the tree trunk inside, but for some reason, they substituted concrete. Neat effect, though.
For Norm’s Thursday Doors Challenge.
This is my entry for Norm’s Thursday Doors.
With men everywhere in the house tiling, it was inevitable that the doors would have to come down. I found my bedroom door “hanging out” in the living room, complete with all its retablos and wall collages. One oversight on my part. I later “saved” all of the art pieces just as they were ready to cut the bottom of the door off with them still intact. Not your usual Thursday Door, I’ll submit!
This group of efficient young men descended upon my house just as all of the tile layers were getting ready to go home and made short work of removing what doors hadn’t already been removed and cutting the bottoms off 13 doors to accommodate the higher porcelain tiles. And two of the doors were metal! Amazing.