Weekly Photo Challenge: Wall

I’ve split this weeks challenges into 2 parts. Walls in the traditional sense and what goes on walls. As usual a little tale with each one and who know’s maybe one day I’ll edit to just 2 photos!

Cap d’Antibes, France, 2014

Cap d'Antibes Cap d'AntibesCap d'Antibes

After living in France for about 2 years and month before leaving we finally hiked the Cap d’Antibes, a 5 minute car journey down the road. I know and if we had known before you could hike around it, I’m sure  we’d have explored all it. If you’re ever on the Cote d’Azur, it’s well worth the trip, once you’ve found the trail head.

Sea Wall Antibes, France, 2014AntibesI kinda took this view for granted after a few months. Build in the Roman times with some parts still standing, painted by Monet and countless other artists, it adds to the old town charm.

Pigeons, Marble Arch, London, UK, 2013Pigeons, Marble Arch Pigeons. Marble ArchEarly December and freezing! These guys were taking advantage of the late morning sun spots. I love how they look huddled sporting big winter coats as they puff out their feathers for warmth. You can almost hear them talking in a Lundon accent. “Alwight, Gov?”

Graffiti Barcelona, 2014Graffiti, Barcelona

Taken on a morning run. Sometimes graffiti’s an eyesore, other times it brightens up your day. These guys reminded me of Grease.

Christmas, Barcelona 2014Christmas Barcelona Exploring a side street off Passeig de Gracia, nestled in all the window ledges a restaurant had decked them out with lanterns and pine cones adding Christmas magic of Christmas past. Sometimes it’s the small things, the attention to detail that bring everything together.

Las Arenas, Barcelona 2014Las Arenas BarcelonaWhile this technically isn’t a wall, a restaurant in the old bull ring, had stars lined up in the bushes outside which added to the Christmas feel. Unfortunately they weren’t doing a good job go enticing people in.

Euro Nettuno, San Remo, Italy, 2014

Euro Nettuno San Remo

A beautiful place and I loved how this private beach (all are nearly and €5 for an all day sun lounger isn’t bad) had a 1950’s Sophia Loren feel. All the cabins/changing rooms doors were blue turquoise with white washed walls. Flowers added pops of pinks and purple. San Remo is another must if you’re ever travelling/visiting north west Italy. A beautiful part of the world.


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