A collection of orange walls in Mexico.
Shadow of a palm tree against an orange wall in Huatalco. An orange wall with a ladder near the aqueduct in Zacatecas. Orange corridor with a gate in Mexico City.
Alcove in orange wall in Coyacan suburb of Mexico City. Agave against an orange wall in Aguascalientes. Interior of the former San Franciscan convent with its terracotta walls with arched windows in Guadalupe.Textured orange wall in Puebla.More of Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge: Orange.
Wonderful group of orange pictures!
Mexico does orange better than almost any other country!
I love your photos. The tree shadows looks a little menacing, like a creature ready to pounce. 🙂 Thanks for joining the challenge!
Now that you mention it they do look rather like giant tarantulas stalking the lone person.
Love these! All that orange, but also the play of shadows and light.
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