Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Red or blue

Since January, Trujillo have a new major, he likes blue!. This is part of the Municipality, you can see it was painted in blue just this side because people didn't want change red color, a colonial red.

10 comentarios:

Kate said...

This is a PERFECT 4th of July photo for the USA: red, white, and blue with an eagle! How thoughtful of you? :=)

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Parecería que están probando qué gama de azul queda mejor. Sin haber visto el edificio completo, prefiero el azul (que también complementa el amarillo de la casona lindera mejor que el rojo) pero quizás el pueblo tenga razón y la casa se vea mucho más bonita de color rojo colonial.

Olivier said...

c'est un bel hommage à la France ;o) la porte est superbe


it is a beautiful homage to France ;O) the door is superb

GiuCe said...

...it isn't a eagle, it's a turkey ^^

Peter said...

Blue ,red and white ... US flag, French flag? Actually I believe that about 2/3 of all national flags have these colours.

Whether the mayor prefers blue or red..., I really like these vivid colours on your photo! (There is even a little bit of yellow in left corner.)

Thanks for your advice about "best months".

Annie said...

So pretty, all these colors together, side-by-side.

GMG said...

It's amazing you have a blog with so cute pictures and more than 200 posts and I've never had the chance of falling here... Congratulations!
I've been in Peru (Lima) but not in Truxillo. My wish was to get to Cuzco and Machu Picchu, but didn't manage yet. One day, and maybe Truxillo also...

simon kutcher said...

Such vivid colours. It is interesting that there is some blue paint above the window of the red part of the building. As you said, it seems the owner had a change of heart in painting the entire house blue

Faye Pekas said...

Great bright colors and pretty buildings :)

DaveM said...

Godd contrasts of colours. Over here people on a Friday and Saturday night go out and paint the town red.