Posts Tagged: tiles

July Squares : Blue (31)

My last tiles, these from the Azores, for these Blue Squares: I really enjoy Becky’s Square challenge, and  ‘Blue Squares’ has probably been the best! I am already looking forward to the next one!! A hearty thanks for the Squares,

July Squares : Blue (31)

My last tiles, these from the Azores, for these Blue Squares: I really enjoy Becky’s Square challenge, and  ‘Blue Squares’ has probably been the best! I am already looking forward to the next one!! A hearty thanks for the Squares,

July Squares: Blue (30)

I do like a good tile or two….these seen on the banks of the Douro: Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here

July Squares: Blue (30)

I do like a good tile or two….these seen on the banks of the Douro: Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here

Some more tiles

Juste a few more tiles that I noticed during my time in Lisbon:    

Some more tiles

Juste a few more tiles that I noticed during my time in Lisbon:    

Weekly Photo Challenge : Unexpected Beauty

Unexpected Beauty? I was at London’s Borough Market a few weeks ago, and looked down at a section of the floor which wasn’t the concrete that formed the most part, and was rather entranced by the old tiles – here’s

Weekly Photo Challenge : Unexpected Beauty

Unexpected Beauty? I was at London’s Borough Market a few weeks ago, and looked down at a section of the floor which wasn’t the concrete that formed the most part, and was rather entranced by the old tiles – here’s

Faded Splendour

When wandering about the streets of the old part of Lisbon, around the Alfama area, I couldn’t help but notice some of the rather magnificent tiles on many buildings were damaged or had fallen off, and some rather splendid buildings had

Faded Splendour

When wandering about the streets of the old part of Lisbon, around the Alfama area, I couldn’t help but notice some of the rather magnificent tiles on many buildings were damaged or had fallen off, and some rather splendid buildings had

Street / 46

What’s not to like…such a Portuguese street scene with those tiles, and the washing strung out:

Street / 46

What’s not to like…such a Portuguese street scene with those tiles, and the washing strung out:

One / 191

Time for another lone person I spotted in my travels, along with a bonus tram! OK, it’s a bit of a cheat, because the driver in the tram is visible, albeit face obscured….and if you search hard, there is one

One / 191

Time for another lone person I spotted in my travels, along with a bonus tram! OK, it’s a bit of a cheat, because the driver in the tram is visible, albeit face obscured….and if you search hard, there is one

Street / 37

Another one from Oporto…looks busy down there – and see  those tiles ahead!

Street / 37

Another one from Oporto…looks busy down there – and see  those tiles ahead!