Tag: Palma de Mallorca

Thursday doors #121

Here are some Mallorcan doors from my archives.  

Sculpture Saturday #53

I might have run out of doors but fortunately that’s not the case with statues/sculptures. There are a number of local civic ones I want to show case but they’re situated on roundabouts and I typically have to dice with death (French drivers) in… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #53”

Sculpture Saturday #11

‘Germinacions’ sculptures (1998/1999) by Spanish artist and sculptor Amador Magraner in Parc de la Mar, Palma de Mallorca with the magnificent sandstone La Seu Cathedral in the background. If you want to join in this challenge hosted by the Mind over Memory blogger:- Share… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #11”

12 days of Christmas: day 4

We visited Mallorca in April to celebrate my beloved’s birthday and spent the Saturday exploring its capital Palma, dominated by its cathedral reckoned to represent the image of a great ship on the sea. Overlooking the  Mediterranean, the Cathedral was built on the site… Continue Reading “12 days of Christmas: day 4”

Thursday doors #27

And here’s a few more from my recent trip to Palma de Mallorca which proved to be a positive treasure trove for doors, probably because there are so many churches! Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire… Continue Reading “Thursday doors #27”

Thursday doors #26

Here’s a few more doors from the Palma de Mallorca treasure trove. Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in the fun by… Continue Reading “Thursday doors #26”

Thursday doors #25

A recent trip to Mallorca provided a wealth of wonderful doors which I’m going to feature for a couple of weeks.   Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around… Continue Reading “Thursday doors #25”

Postcard from Palma de Mallorca III

On our recent long weekend trip to Palma we barely scratched the surface of the island. However, I like to understand a bit about the history of places we visit as it provides some context to its architecture. Although the island has long been… Continue Reading “Postcard from Palma de Mallorca III”

Postcard from Palma de Mallorca I

You may recall that while my birthday was celebrated with a half-day in Toulouse during a business trip, my beloved’s merited a long weekend in Palma. I confess this was largely because Easyjet had just started to fly from Nice to Palma and he’d… Continue Reading “Postcard from Palma de Mallorca I”