Doorways to be found in the Lost Village of Acebuchal, east of Málaga, Andalucía.
I wonder who would answer if I knocked?
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Thank you, Sunshine. I´m glad you like it 🙂
so beautiful! 🙂
Thanks Ioanna. I would certainly recommend many of the lovely white villages of Andalucía to anyone.
Beautiful. I love how everything looks so pristine. Those whitewashed walls always make me want to vacation there asap. 🙂
You´re right – it does make everything look clean, doesn´t it?
I must say that most Spanish villages are kept very clean and tidy. Where we used to live in the village of Frigiliana, the old ladies used to come out onto the cobbled streets to sweep and mop it. They have such pride in their home and surroundings.
Beautiful photos that convey a wonderful sense of ‘being there’. What fun it was to see and admire them. Thanks for posting.
I appreciate your comment, Rick. It means a lot coming from you. Thanks.
The colors are very lively. One can’t use them in the more northern countries (like the Netherlands): the effect is just not the same. Very pretty pictures, Marianne!
That´s right, Marion. It´s similar to buying brightly coloured pottery on holiday in the sunshine – it just doesn´t look the same back in the UK. 😦
Next time, we should take the sun with us too 😉
Yes, that´s right!
Marianne, these are beautiful. There is something really appealing about welcoming, pretty doors isn’t there?!
Oh absolutely – I can´t resist them! 😉
Lovely doors, and thanks for knocking on mine.
Looking forward to future images from Spain and beyond.
What beautiful photos! I have quite a collection of door photographs from my holiday in the Greek Islands. There’s something about a whitewashed building with a colourful door that is so cheerful!
Yes, that´s it!
I also have quite a collection of balconies with lots of lovely flowers on display. I feel another post coming on! 😉
Thank you for the visit.
what gorgeous places….I also want to win the lottery!!!
I hope you do, too! Buena suerte. 🙂
wonderful photos. My friends have just moved to Malaga a few months back. They are loving it!
correction they moved to Nerja!
I´m not surprised your friends are loving Nerja. I love it too! Nerja is a very liveable place 🙂
Are you coming to visit your friends anytime soon?
Hi Marianne, I’m hoping to visit in September 🙂
You´ll have a blast and the weather is usually super in September, too!
hmmm, did my post get lost? starting over….not sure what just happened!
I think I am in love with that blue door! awesome pics. and I gotta check out your other links too.
I think your response must have got lost – unless it´s gone on a virtual break somewhere and will arrive goodness only knows when!! 😉
The blue door is one of my favourites, too.
Have you ever been to Acebuchal? It´s worth a couple of hours of your time if ever you get over this way.
When will you be over next, Toby?
yea, not sure what happened there. and I didn’t get the notification of your reply either. harumpf! BUT, I did remember to check as you almost always respond. such a good blogger are you 😉 Nope, have not been there and have not heard of it. We are saving our pennies to make another trip in a few years. Likely not until 2016 😦 Unless we win the lottery!! don’t laugh, my mother actually DID win the lottery! I need to start a list of all the towns around Malaga for hubby and me to visit once we move there 🙂
Hmmmm … some of the mysterious ways of WP! lol
You´ll have quite a list of places to visit by then, then!
Wow – you mean I actually know someone, who is related to someone who won the lottery? That must mean it´s MY turn next! 😉
A very beautiful place!
Yes, it really is, Gilly.
Beautiful doorways, Marianne. They photograph well. 😉
I love visiting this village. It´s so beautiful, it´s almost like being on a film set. 🙂
These are lovely, Marianne.
Acebuchal is a spectacular village to visit. It makes the photography easy! 🙂
great pics – makes me want to get on a plane and drink sangria
Thanks! Hmmmm …. there´s an idea! 😉
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Great photos. With your permission, I will reblog to the Legion of Door Whores…
I seem not be able to reblog so here it is a link to the post which directs readers to this page in case you are interested
That´s fantastic – thanks!