For Debbie and Six Word Saturday
Old and new make the warp and woof of every moment. There is no thread that is not a twist of these two strands. — Ralph Waldo Emerson First of all I would like to thank you for all your gloriously delicate colours from last week – so creative and so interesting – and so […]Read Post ›
For Frank – Junk!
More of Tbilisi, Georgia – there is, of course, a modern part of it as well…even if that was not the main reason for my visit! Strolling the busy streets, I looked through the windows of different restaurants and shops – and saw this fantastic wallpaper, with lamps in an oval shape. The overall photo […]Read Post ›
I guess Dubrovnik does not need any presentation to most of you – renowned for its beauty and millions of visitors every year. Dubrovnik, Croatia, is one of the most prominent tourist attractions here. First built in the 7th century, now with a population of about 43,000. In 1979, the city joined the UNESCO list […]Read Post ›
In the header, the Orbeliani bathhouse, Tbilisi. According to the legend, the king of ancient Iberia, Vakhtang I Gorgasali, (5th C) once hunted in the forests near the first capital of Georgia – Mtskheta. After some time, he saw a pheasant, then shot and killed the bird. The king sent his falcon to find the […]Read Post ›
Keep creating new windows from which to look at your world. Never accept your current view of the world as the only view. Let new awareness help you to alter your view and motivate you to be the force of change in your life. – Don Shapiro A window can stand for so many things… […]Read Post ›
For Manja and Friendly Friday this week – Construction. Tbilisi is a magical mix of old and new. The whole city is a big construction site. Some streets and houses needed much help to be still standing. Strange constructions – but obviously they helped.
For the last hours of our walk together, we understood that Aleksandr had saved… …some of the very finest of courtyards in Tbilisi. But – what is the finest is of course in the eye of the beholder. First some other special pieces we passed. This courtyard, with a fantastic spiral staircase, was so amazing […]Read Post ›