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 ›
Tuesday Photo Challenge – Stone Frank, of dutchgoesthephoto, challenges us to bring him stones this week – here are mine! Also from Ireland, and I think one of the broadest stone fences/walls I have ever seen.
For Franks weekly challenge – rectangles! Harpa, Iceland. Look closely and you will find the top of Hallgrimskirkja too.
Harpa is the name of the concert hall and conference center in Reykjavik, Iceland. The structure consists of a steel framework clad with geometric shaped glass panels of different colours. The distinctive colored glass facade was inspired by the basalt landscape of Iceland. The opening concert was held on May 4, 2011. As this […]Read Post ›
Patti’s challenge this week is all about Street Art – something I believe people in general have a special relation to. She shows us some remarkable examples of fine Street Art and asks us to send some more…so, here we go. Greetings from Poland, Sweden and Ireland. In the header – This happy party I […]Read Post ›
This photo challenge is alternately hosted each Friday by the bloggers: Something to Ponder About and The Snow Melts Somewhere Amanda’s prompt for this Friday is: Alleys I have chosen some colourful favorites from Poland, Spain and Morocko. We dined in here somewhere… Just walked through, enjoying the softly coloured, calm atmosphere… I remember […]Read Post ›