Thursday, April 11, 2013

Inn of the Five Graces III


This larger gate is another entrance to guest courtyard. This one was on the other side of the street.

24 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

I love those huge vases at the entrance, you prepared an amazing composition, this picture is great!
Léia

turquoisemoon said...

What a cool place. I've never checked it out...thanks for sharing this.

Tanya Breese said...

love how it's curved like that

Lowell said...

You could drive through that gate, although they probably would frown on such an action.

It appears to be truly an enchanting place.

I've got to go now and Google "Five Graces."

edgeindustrialphotography said...

wow, so many amazing colours.
that sky is unbelievable.

Sharon said...

This place is getting more appealing with each of your photos.

Halcyon said...

Super fancy!

TexWisGirl said...

i just love this place and all of your photos of it!!! hope you've got lots more!

Judy said...

That is quite a fancy gate.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Now that might be the most amazing gate I've ever seen in my life. How ornate.

RedPat said...

It looks like such a gorgeous place - I'm going to google for the rates just for fun!

VP said...

The more I see of this place, the more I like it!

Michaele said...

I just love the rich red in these photos!

JM said...

Look at those colours! Fantastic.

LONDONLULU said...

Gorgeous little spot, the color and the way you framed this are very lovely!

Leslie D. said...

Hi Randy this place is a feast for the eyes!

Ron said...

Another great gate

Lúcia said...

It seems a very cool and cozy place to stay! ;-)

Judy said...

I would love to sit there and have a cup of coffee.

Kathy said...

That gate is one intricate work of art!

parker said...

Lots of old world charm in that elaborate gate! Colors are excellent!

Lynette said...

Oh, how I love this gate and the colors everywhere. Thanks for this one, Randy. And thanks for your reaction to my post today.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Even more beautiful Randy.

Traveling Hawk said...

I like the ironwork!