Colorful Doors: Tucson's North Meyer Avenue
The 300 block of north Meyer Avenue in Tucson contains a colorful set of historic buildings and equally colorful doors. These photos from early November, 2020, depict bright, contrasting hues lined up one against the other. Enjoy this photo essay, where pictures are indeed worth a thousand words.
-- John Hazeltine
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