The pink door on Captiva Island

by | Dec 6, 2018 | travel


Architecture does not only mean important and emblematic works. The fact is that we can find a building that catches our attention in any corner.
Therefore, while I am preparing the next post in which I will show you one of the most famous works of modern architecture-, I wanted to show you this little house.

A must-see on the Florida Road Trip

A few weeks ago I posted our road trip through Florida, which was a very fun journey full of unforgettable moments [see here]. Do you remember when I recommended you to go see wild dolphins? [Captiva Cruises] Well, that’s how we discovered Captiva Island, an idyllic place to spend a long vacation.

There we could see one of the most beautiful sunsets of our trip, besides eating in a restaurant completely lined with dollars. Don’t you believe me? Then look for the Cantina Captiva, and you will see how this Mexican does not leave anyone indifferent.
In fact, it was when we were on our way to this restaurant when we run into the pink door.

A place with good vibes

This is what I felt while being in Captiva Island, so that’s the reason why I share it with you. This photo remembers me to this feeling, but I am pretty sure that surfers and local people also played an important role. Thinking about it, maybe the fact that we had 27 degrees Celsius in December [80ºF] also helped a little bit…

As I said before, I leave you with the pink door while I work in the next post. If you happen to visit Captiva Island, I’m sure you’ll find it.


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Helena Ariza | Architect, passionate about photography and traveling. My purpose is to take you on a journey to the best architectural works.



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