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Cat Car–Oddball Challenge

I’m not certain who was driving this vehicle, but the 7 passengers are identifiable. This particular place in San Miguel de Allende is called the Cat Lot. I’m not certain how many felines bed down there daily, but they appear well fed and seem friendly with one another. (There are 7 kitties in the picture,… Continue reading Cat Car–Oddball Challenge

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Thursday Door Photo Challenge

The contrast of the blue building, the pink/red/rose-colored flowering tree, and the yellow next door was too delightful for me not to capture. Electrical lines are everywhere in San Miguel, so one just takes pictures of them too! See more at Heinz Chapel’s blog who is sitting in for Norm this week.  

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Cee’s Fun (and Colorful) Foto Challenge

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is all about colors this week, and here are my contributions for the green hues around ‘teal, aqua, seafood, or turquoise’. Enjoy, and find more at On the coast of Ireland Yarn of multi colors  

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Street Art Abounds in San Miguel

I was on a back alley recently and saw this wonderful piece of street art for my contribution to Debbie’s Six Word Saturday Challenge .  

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Japanese Hibiscus? Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge

Someone told me this is a Japanese Hibiscus, but don’t hold me to that. I looked up the flower, but there are multiple varieties of the Japanese Hibiscus. I’d love to hear from anyone who can confirm the flower or identify what it is. All I know is I thought it was lovely, and perfect… Continue reading Japanese Hibiscus? Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge

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An Old Thursday Door

I found this dilapidated door in San Miguel de Allende,obviously not used for many moons, but I loved it. Wonder what’s behind the door and walls? Find doors that may be in better shape at Norm’s website: