Thursday Doors: Valletta and Mdina

Red Doors, Blue Doors, Green Doors For this week’s Thursday Doors I’ve found some new pictures from our first trip to Malta which was in 2014. This magnificent door was in Mdina, Malta’s “Silent City”:   A detail of the red door:   This blue door is the door to Read more…

HOUSES, Monochrome,Knaresborough,

HOUSES: From 14th to 19th Centuries.

HOUSES: A selection of monochrome images of houses dating from the 14th century……..   ………..up to the late 19th century: Old houses which have fallen into ruin… ….. some older houses which have been well-preserved:   All these and more can be found in the ¬†gallery below: (Please click on Read more…

Mdina Malta Hopes and Prayers red church candles

Wordless Wednesday: Hopes and Prayers

Wordless Wednesday: Hopes and Prayers     You can find more Wordless Wednesdays here: Wordless Wednesday: Loch Fyne Wordless Wednesday: Honeysuckle against Blue Sky Wordless Wednesday:Watching Cats Falling Asleep Wordless Wednesday: Island in the Sun   PHOTOPHILE

Carmelite Priory: The Bier Mdina Malta oddsball

Skulls and Candles in the Carmelite Priory

Skulls and Candles in Mdina’s Carmelite Priory I was intrigued by this when we visited the beautiful 17th Century Carmelite Priory in Mdina, Malta’s “Silent City”, on our trip earlier this year……     ……and fascinated by the explanation:     For more on Mdina: Which Way around the Silent Read more…

Lantern in St Publius Square Mdina Malta Silent City monochrome

A Stroll around Mdina in Monochrome

Which way around Mdina? Let’s take the monochrome route! This week I’m opting for Black & White images for Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. I’m also still working on images from 16th century Mdina, Malta’s Silent City. The narrow streets and bright, albeit intermittent, midday sunshine were a challenging combination Read more…

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