I came here twice, hoping to find this gallery open. It was closed both times. The only thing I got to see was this chair on the facade.
As for the wires and the ones who find them annoying (as I do too) - it is virtually impossible to take a photo in downtown San Jose without wires in it. There are so many, tens of times more than in any place in Europe I have seen.
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edge (6072) 2010-03-01 14:36
Hello Mira, What a funny post. I looked at the pictuve before reading your notes and I kept looking and looking. Where is the chair? Well it is an attractive picture anyway, With the red doors, green siding and roof and evne a yelloe curb. Then with the blue sky, yuu could have entitled it the rainbow house. Who's to know what it really it? Sharp and clear despite the wires. Linz, Austria is the same way only worse. Have a great week. Roger
zoomer (6) 2010-03-01 16:39
Funny idea to name a picture after its smallest component.Maybe that gallery would't have much more to offer than what you see on the outside.Very vivid upbeat picture.Best wishes,Wolf.
yeln (11504) 2010-03-02 3:10
moram reči, da je ta slika pravljična s svojimi nenimi barvami. iskrene čestitke za to delo!!!
Lep pozdrav v Srbijo
pajaran (52098) 2010-03-03 1:11
Dobar dan, kod nas je poceo lep sa suncem.
Lepo izgleda galerija ukrasena lepim bojama, dobar rad, lepa fotografija, pusto je, prava letnja omorina u podne, cestitam.
Lep dan, Paja.
Bluejeans (64249) 2010-03-05 5:20
Que beleza de casa cheia de desenhos a decorar a parede frontal , bonito contraste com as portas vermelhas, bom ângulo de visão ,parabéns!!!
Um abraço Gonçalo
Bom fim de semana
PixelTerror (0) 2010-03-05 13:13
Nice little colorfull shop and a very luminous image, we can also see the typical unavoidable chaotic wires, the sky is a little bit noisy
have a nice day jY
maloutim (9637) 2010-03-07 0:06
Very simple building, but very nicely decorated!
It's a pity you couldn't visit it really!
I agree with you about the wires! The only Central American country I have been to is Puerto Rico, and the wire web was incredible, spoiling the scenery most of the time! However, it would take a lot of work and money to bury them all, I suppose!
I came upon this photo, as I was browsing through Costa Rica Gallery. My husband and I are more or less planning a trip to that country for next January maybe. Any tips?
I wish you a very good Sunday!
How is the weather in Serbia nowadays?
We still have it quite cold, but beautiful and sunny!