There’s not much in the Mediterranean island of Malta which isn’t ablaze with colour. This will show in all my next posts about the island. But as this week’s CFF Challenge is “All in One Colour”, here’s a few (fairly) monochromatic iPhone shots from our trip there. We only got back last night, so the Read more about Knock, Knock, Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.[…]
Townend Barn in the Lakeland village of Troutbeck has remained essentially untouched for over 350 years. The oldest part was built in 1666, with a newer (!) extension which dates back to the 18th century. It is still part of a working farm. The farmer uses it for lambing and for sheltering sheep. We came Read more about 17th Century Barn Doors in Troutbeck Village[…]
Barcelona does indeed have some very big doors….. ……..but none so grand, in my opinion, as this one at Sagrada Familia Cathedral. And what about that handle (if that’s what it is) at the top left corner? Even when I pulled myself up to my full five feet five and three quarter inches, I still Read more about Barcelona has some Very Big Doors[…]
Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter: a few more Doors For this week’s Thursday Doors hosted by Norm, I’m revisiting my photos from our trip to Barcelona last September. How I am looking forward to wandering through the winding alleys of Barca’s Gothic Quarter again, but that’s not for a few months yet. This magnificent door is, Read more about Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter: a few more Doors[…]
Tonight it’s “10 Must Have Chicago Blues Classics ” playing through my headphones so what better title for this week’s Doors than The Blues. Once again I’ve selected doors from the Mediterranean island of Malta.