Butterflies are free.
A door on a side street off the malecon. I think I finally got this one straight!
Donde? I do not know.
A much photographed island door. I must have been taken this on one of the many cool days because the little white dog isn't peeking under the door.
This door opens to a shop that sells books and they may have voted for Josefina. I must be clairvoyant.
Never noticed this door until it was closed. It's the kitchen door at the former Playa del Sol.
A bright cheery yellow door against a bright purple wall!
Another old favorite. I never noticed the door or windows open on this trip. There are usually colorful curtains billowing out that window.
Ommmmmmmm. I wonder if this door will open for business again?
I noticed an older woman in the street very upset with me after I took this photo. I guess locals tire of tourists lurking in the shadows taking photos of doors.
I have entered this doorway a few times, but never found a souvenir I wanted badly enough to bargain. I'm ashamed to admit it, but I rarely enter shops now. Bargaining is just not my nature, nor do I want to pay an astronomical amount because of my reluctance to enter the fray. I'm definitely culturally challenged.
Lo Lo Lorena's pretty blue door.
A door for people of short stature.
Juarez door across from the Navy base.
Door on the zocalo.
A friend once told me that a well-known maletero lives here. Sometimes the trike is parked in front.
Ave. Juarez 17 could use a facelift.
Love this door with the Mexican blanket curtain.
Colorful Juarez doorway. (What's that X about?)
Medina shop doors I haven't seen open for years. Evidently someone lives there since the window's open.