Oh, I can't seem to stop myself from sleeping and rummaging through my photographs. I want to show some more! I want to sleep some more! I'd like to get back on track too but so far that hasn't happened yet. If this is jet lag it is the worst case I've ever had. So here is a wooden saint that I love, don't you?
And religious figures in snow globes. Of course. Why didn't I think of that?
My husband has very short legs but I like him anyway. Oh wait, I get it, he's pointing out how little the door is.
More knockers. It's the internet's fault that I got interested in these. I kept seeing them on other people's blogs and then when I got to Europe they kept jumping out at me. They really are cool.
There was a song in the 50's named "Green Door". OK, never mind, nobody is old enough besides me to remember that.
More knockers. Think of all the energy we could save if we pulled out our electric doorbells and installed door knockers. When did we start making everything more complicated than necessary?
Light and color on the cathedral floor. I almost walked past this but John stopped me and pointed it out.
I can tell the shots from Lisbon by the chunks of limestone they use in paving their streets. They must have moved mountains of rocks; it's a big city.
Lots of tile used in the facades of the buildings and homes. No upkeep; it lasts for centures without repainting.
A big ochre facade and battered wooden door to bring up the rear. I sure hope I'm done with the pictures from my trip now but I can't promise.