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Seen from my bus in Lima, Peru – the architectural detail appealed, and that lonely little tree!:



  1. I do like the colour of that building. And the contrasting window colours.

  2. wonderful door, Sue

  3. …with the graffiti behind it!

  4. And the color!! 😉 Happy Wednesday, Sue.


  5. Good shot from a bus, Sue!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. Latin America ‘s got plenty of typical colonial-style buildings….
    Adore this photo!

  7. Oh, poor tree, Sue! It’s been scribbled on 🙂 🙂

  8. Gorgeous colours—and that tree!

  9. I love graffiti when it’s artistic, but this is a shame. What a beautiful building and color!

  10. Oooh Peru, when did you go?

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