Thursday, June 10, 2010

Colorful Shutters

Colorful shutters, via Goldoni, LivornoShutters come in many colors, this one is in “Via Goldoni”.Colorful shutters, LivornoThe dilapidated wall enhances the bright blue of this shutter.Colorful shutters, scali Saffi, LivornoOn the “Scali Saffi”, these remind me of the term wine-colored.

19 comments:

Per Stromsjo said...

This has got to be the right pace. Exploring a city, literally at shutter speed.

Jacob said...

I like shutters very much! And I like all of these colors...very Mediterranean! Nice shots, VP!

brattcat said...

Haha, I like Per Stromsjo's comment. And these closed shutters open up a whole new window of opportunity for you as a subject.

Luis Gomez said...

Great post. Love the shutters and colorful windows and walls. Really beautiful shots.

Kate said...

The shutters are framed with style, the first and third somehow similar.

Dina said...

Much nicer than our modern plastic shutters.

You will enjoy the idea behind these faux shutters in Tel Aviv:
http://aroundtheisland.blogspot.com/2010/06/is-it-real-or-is-it-memorex.html

Small City Scenes said...

Oh oh I love shutters. that blue one is extra wonderful. MB

joo said...

Great idea for post! My favourite is blue one:)

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful shutters!
I can imagine "una bella signora aprì la finestra e sorridere alla vita"!!!
Léia :)

B SQUARED said...

This has the makings of a series.

Halcyon said...

I love shutters! And these colorful ones are really nice.

tapirgal said...

Another superb post, VP. Not only the colors are grand, but the surrounding details.

Gunn said...

Even the fact that I love BLUE, I have to say that the top photo is my favorite, and the style and colors are very nice!:)

Birdman said...

Great colors. The pastels work here.

Babzy said...

Nice serie , i like the blue one :)

JM said...

Great series indeed! Love this post, VP!

Kaori said...

Love all the shutters! Great colors :D

Steffe said...

Nice idea for a few photos.

Wolynski said...

Love the shutters of Livorno.