Yesterday, Maggie and I installed our latest ‘loo view’. We opened up the three frames, removed the folio of seven photos from our 2008 travels in Italy and replaced them with a selection from our visit to Spain in 2011.
Here are the images that now adorn the walls of the little room in our home:
Part of the peaceful garden in the wonderful Moorish Alcazar palace, Seville
Example of the colourful ceramics at Plaza de Espana, Seville, built for a 1928 exposition and restored in the 21st Century
Parc Guell’s decorative plaza, a delightful element of the Gaudi legacy in Barcelona
One of countless residential courtyards that are embellished with a water feature, soothing and cooling
A living statue, possibly inspired by Carmen Miranda, even if she was Portuguese!
Jamon ‘museum’, Madrid
These little piggies went to market (La Boqueria, Barcelona)
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