The 1st 500 Days in Pictures, Part 17

The 1st 500 Days in Pictures, Part 17
December 28, 2010 Lainie Liberti

18 Photos of Doors and Windows in Central America

Doors and windows represent an opening to all possibilities. (That’s why we love to photograph them.) These photos are taken throughout Central America.

These are our  1st 500 Days of travel  in pictures. Miro and I left on our journey on mid 2009 and (with the exception of  one trip back to the states for Burning Man a month later) there has been no turning back! Our 1st 500 Days span from July 1, 2009 to November 13, 2010. To commemorate the 1st 500 Days, Miro and I have pulled 500 of our favorite images from our journey  to share with you. We are releasing a new batch of photos every couple of days until we’ve shared all 500 of  our favorite moments. So please do check back often. We are not professional photographers and like many, the reason we take photos is to help preserve  memories of our travels. We invite you to peek into the moments that make our travels so special to us. Enjoy!

Here is Part 17 of The 1st 500 Days in Pictures – Door & Windows from Central America

5 Comments

  1. Rebecca 9 years ago

    Love the colour in the photos!

    • Author
      ilainie 9 years ago

      Thanks Rebecca! Much appreciated. It’s amazing what these little point and clicks can do.

  2. Christine 9 years ago

    I love taking photos of doors myself…loved this post!

    • Author
      ilainie 9 years ago

      Thank you so much Christine! I tend to be snap happy and doors are one of my many photographic obsessions!

  3. Ana Gabriela22 8 years ago

    hello lainie  I dont know if you remember us when you came to Panama to the altamira apartment. now we live in a another apartment near. we hope that you stay  well and Miro too. always remember you specially when we watch MAMMA MIA haha we want to know about you and Miro in your travel. hugs and kisses for you God bless you <3 🙂
    btw: Ana y Ruby .

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