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 City of Mdina A Piazza Read more about Skulls and Candles in the Carmelite Priory[…]
A red bicycle sheltering from the rain. I took this picture with my iPhone this morning. I liked the contrast of the modern bicycle parked under the lychgate of our traditional village church. When I posted it on Instagram (MiPhoneography) my blogging friend Mitchell commented on the Lychgate. (Mitchell’s website Heritage Basket Studios is Read more about A Bicycle Parked under the Lychgate[…]
People Watching. Two mannequins and their plastic dog people-watching from an upstairs window in Lisbon’s Barrio Alta district. To see more OddBalls from bloggers worldwide click on the icon below:
The opposite of minimalism is a front garden in Valletta. I rest my case…… Wouldn’t it make a fabulous 10,000 piece jigsaw? To see more OddBalls click here.
The Bridge House in Ambleside has stood over Stock Beck for 400 years. The growth of old Ambleside is associated with a succession of families dating back to the early 14th century. The Braithwaites were an incredibly influential family and originally built Bridge House to access their lands on the other side of Read more about Ambleside’s Bridge House: a 17th Century Survivor[…]