A day in Old San Juan is best described as colorful.
The streets glow with the blue cobblestone.
Even the city wildlife fits the bill.
Great photos! A feast!
Thanks, Kristy! Yes, it was!
Great colours for paint. So interesting that people choose such different colours in different parts of the world. Well photograped too.
Isn’t it funny how some of these colors look amazing here, but would look ridiculous in certain places? Thanks, ephem– your photos are amazing, so I take that compliment very seriously!
Beautiful photos, even the curbs are coloured! And I love the glowing cobblestones. Nice work!
Thanks! I wish my camera captured the true depth of the blue cobblestone– it was amazing!
Pingback: Forts Are Cool | Lolabees
such a calm and colourful place… amazing… I liked it.. :)
Thanks, Chirag! It is beautiful. You should try it sometime.
I absolutely wanted to visit this place…. Currently its toooo far… as I am from India..!! :)
I’m sure someday…
GRACIAS!!!! Gracias for showcasing the beuty of my Old San Juan… I can recognize most of the poces you photogtraphed!!! I am glad you enjoyed your trip here in Puerto Rico!!!!
De nada! I could just wander those streets forever!
@Chirag Desai… hey, If I am from Puerto Rico and have traveled to India 3 times already, you can certainly try to visit us in Puerto Rico once in your lifetime!!! We will be waiting for your visit with open arms!!!
The buildings are just like a pastel rainbow – beautiful!
Thrilled that you dropped by my Bali postings so that I could in turn discover your site. Look forward to sharing more in the future…
Thanks, Tricia! Your pictures are amazing! I too am looking forward to more!
I was there in February, and those charming, colorful buildings provided me with a much-needed escape from winter. Great post!
Someone said ‘Calm, Colorful” Yes Old San Juan is beautiful. But when we were there the streets very bustling with people everywhere. The day you took these pictures it must have been some national “Stay Inside Day” holiday or something. LOL. Anyway thanks for the memory.
That’s funny. I guess it really wasn’t that crowded when we were there. It was also beginning of hurricane season, so maybe that’s why. Or maybe they knew we were coming ;) Thanks for stopping by!
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:
You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change )
Connecting to %s
Notify me of new comments via email.
Notify me of new posts via email.
Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Join 901 other followers