Unlike Robert Frost, something about me likes a wall.
In 1971 I met an English professor in Macau whose hobby was photographing doors. At the time I thought Geoffrey was a tad eccentric. Look who’s talking now.
The Caribbean has a plethora of great walls and walkways - complex textures composed of bricks which had been used as ballast on 17th century voyages from Europe mixed with sea-bred coral blocks and bound with a local cement using molasses and straw. Add a few hundred years of weathering, a touch of local vegetation, and you get a mural worthy of display in a fine museum.