A bit of green and red, nicely seen.
These colors work well together. The ornate decorations on the red wall really pop nicely.
Lovely contrast, beautiful colors...
Lovely. I'd love to live there. Thanks for posting this.Leipzig is a simphony of 'non'colors: dull grey, beige and mixtures of both. Bad mood garanteed.
So cheerful!God bless you!Cezar
Love those bright colors and they are particularly beautiful against that BLUE sky! Terrific capture as always, JM! Enjoy your weekend!Sylvia
It is nice to see that you still have some nice building that are not decaying! :-)But why is does that bench extend across the door to the green building? I'd fall on my face trying to get out (or in)! Have a great weekend.
For some reason, this makes me think of a child's dollhouse!
A lovey bright image...just what I needed to see on a dull rainy day..
If i had a home there, it would of course be the ROUGE one! V
Nice one. These strong colours are becoming more common on houses in the UK - but they don't look as good without a bit of sunshine.
I love these buildings.
Bright, clean, sharp photo. Great!
Love those bright colors...
And very nice light too.
And I love the molding above the windows in the red building.
Lovely colors... they don't look tacky at all (as I've seen in some places).
I'll take ...
I'm amazed at how good that red looks. We don't see a lot of solid red around here.
Como me gustan estos colores coloniales.Un saludo.Es un placer visitarte.
Adoro as cores de Portugal! :)
Looks nice! Is downtown Oeiras a popular place to live and perhaps have some artistic work places?
Gorgeous shot and I just love those bright colours!
Love the colours JM, makes the white trim 'pop', nice blue winter sky too I see there!
Bright and colorful, indeed!
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