El Presido, Tucson door photo

Here’s another door (I like doors). This time from the historic El Presido district of Tucson, Arizona. Named after the Presidio de San Augustín del Tucson and now mainly residential, its actually one of the USA’s oldest continually inhabited areas. The buildings are adobe and brick buildings in the Spanish-Mexican and Anglo-American architectural styles. It was very very quiet the afternoon I was there. I felt like I was in ghost town except of course a lot of the buildings and homes had been lovingly restored. Great for architectural photography but not so good for people pictures. Oh well you can’t have everything! Notice the big padlock on the door. 1/100 @ f8 37mm ISO 100

Cactus and door in the Presido historic district, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Cactus and door in the Presido historic district, Tucson, Arizona, USA

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