Closed For Business

Abandoned storefront, Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania

Mto wa Mbu is a village of about 18,000 residents in Tanzania. It is a diverse town, with people from 120 different tribes living and working there. This building was on a backstreet we walked on during our tour of part of the village. The design is typical of  many storefronts we saw while driving through both urban and rural areas of Kenya and Tanzania.

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Four Doors Down


Four consecutive doors in a mostly abandoned residential street in Aveiro, Portugal. House numbers 38, 40, 42, and for some reason, 34a.

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Thursday’s Special: Trio

Trio Times Two

Umbrellas, Arles, France

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Mundane Monday #114

Waiting to Open

Waiting to Open, Granada, Spain

Mundane Monday #114

Travel Theme: Pairs

Closed Until Friday

Closed umbrellas, Burano, Venice, Italy

Closed umbrellas, Burano, Venice, Italy

Pair of closed umbrellas outside a house on a small pizza on Burano, an island near Venice, Italy. It wasn’t clear if the building was an eating establishment or if residents used them when they sat outside.

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