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[…]
LISBON: The Alfama District. The Alfama is Lisbon’s oldest quarter. Spread over the southeastern slope of the hill crowned by Castelo de São Jorge, the picturesque neighborhood is composed of a maze of narrow streets, winding alleyways, and steep flights of steps. Its kasbah-like layout is deliberate – this is the city’s ancient Arab Read more about LISBON: Steep Streets in the Alfama District.[…]
Stopped dead in our tracks by a single yellow shoe! Portugal is well known for producing the most wonderful handmade shoes. This yellow shoe really caught our eye as we meandered past the tiny boutique-style shop in a narrow cobbled street in old Lisbon. Our meandering stopped immediately. Inside the little shop was an Aladdin’s Read more about Shoes usually come in Pairs (unless they’re Yellow)[…]
Little Miss Winter and her friend Little Miss Summer. These two dolls in the window of a house in L’Isla on the Mediterranean island of Malta caught my eye. The more I look at this picture, the more it gets my imagination going. Any stories coming into your mind? For more posts in Cee’s Fun Read more about Two Dolls in a Window watching the World go by.[…]
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.