Tag: architecture

Challenge Your Camera: #5 Steps n’ Stairs

I must have taken loads of photos of stairs, if only those leading to church doors! Turns out I didn’t have to dig too much to find plenty of examples. As a way to brighten our weeks, Dr B from Buddha Walks into a… Continue Reading “Challenge Your Camera: #5 Steps n’ Stairs”

Challenge Your Camera: #3 Industrial

Bit of a tricky challenge this week. While I take photos of lots of buildings, they’re rarely industrial. I’m definitely going to have to sort through my archives. As you can see from the photos below, I’ve had to be pretty liberal with the… Continue Reading “Challenge Your Camera: #3 Industrial”

Challenge Your Camera: #2 red

Yet another new challenge for me and easier than most because I appear to have taken plenty of photos featuring red stuff. As a way to brighten our weeks, each week Dr B from Buddha Walks into a Wine Bar is selecting a single… Continue Reading “Challenge Your Camera: #2 red”

Challenge Your Camera: #1 Architecture

This is another new challenge for me. I love typical Basque buildings with their red shutters, such a contrast to the white walls. This one’s the Town Hall in  Ainhoa. Another typically Basque building but this time it’s from Bayonne. I love me a… Continue Reading “Challenge Your Camera: #1 Architecture”

Some of my favourite buildings in Dubai

Over the years Dubai has amazed me with its rapid development, becoming one of the world’s most architecturally innovative cities. Daring to go to great lengths (and heights, literally), Dubai continues its pursuit of intensive urban expansion. In recent years, some of the most… Continue Reading “Some of my favourite buildings in Dubai”

Trip to the Louvre, Abu Dhabi

The second stop on our recent brief trip to Abu Dhabi was the Louvre which was inaugurated in November 2017 by French President Emmanuel Macron and UAE Vice President Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi,  Mohammed bin Zayed… Continue Reading “Trip to the Louvre, Abu Dhabi”