We are home after a relaxing and thoroughly enjoyable ten days in Spain. Spain is the land where the sun shines, where the wine is cheap, and where the food is good (I enjoyed what must have been one of the best steaks I have ever had at the Albir Restaurante in Mojacar). Despite all that, when our plane flew back over the Channel and I looked down on those green fields and neat towns, I couldn't help thinking that I was lucky enough to live in the most beautiful country in the world.
Nevertheless, nobody does doors better than Spain. The three featured above come from the three different regions we visited and perfectly illustrate the range of styles and cultures you find in that country. They range from the functionally distressed of Pinoso, through the piped icing extreme of Lorca to the perfectly proportioned of the Alhambra in Granada.
I shall continue to feature some of the photographs I took during our stay in Spain on my Picture Post Blog over the next few days, but here on News From Nowhere I will return to more familiar fare.