White Washed Heaven: Walls of Vejer de la Frontera

White, white, white and doorVejer de la Frontera in the southern Spanish province of Cadiz in Andalucia is full of photography opportunities. Lots of great sites to see, which I posted about here, but if you like walls and you like white, all you need to do is walk through this town to find photographic treasures.

Every step is a photographic opportunity. Here are a few of my favorite wall and door shots from my walking adventure.

c. 2013 www.GretchenAlms.com c. 2013 www.GretchenAlms.com ProjectorDoorway into a white home

and the cobblestone streets… I could live here and never get bored!

Cobblestone walks against white washed walls


2 Thoughts on “White Washed Heaven: Walls of Vejer de la Frontera

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  2. cach chua tinh trung yeuNo Gravatar on April 1, 2018 at 2:03 am said:

    Pretty! This was a really wonderful post. Thanks for providing this information.

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