On the Way…

Here we are on the way along the Mediterranean Sea where the sculpture “White Shadow”stands. A marble cut-out of human figures walking together. Designed by Maltese Architect Richard England in Sliema 2002.On the way by car to the countryside.

…where we meet these happy riders.Suddenly the road ends. Which way I chose then I’ll let you know in a later post, without high heels.

This is my second post for Son of a Beach’s Which Way Photo Challenge

Malta pics

Yesterday, when I went for my daily walk, I thought, why don´t take some pictures of my daily surrounding. This is just a very small part of all the impressions I encounter and probably it will be a part two.There are many churches along the way. Powerful, big and beautiful from the outside but I rarely visit them.A typical Maltese balcony from an odd angle and the typical blue sky.It´s getting dark around five. This is “Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish Church”, Balluta, Saint Julian’s.Now I´m only minutes from home. The sculpture “White Shadows” is an intriguing play of light and shadows. Made by Richard England and situated along Sliema promenade.

Hopkrupen (146/365)

En skulptur av Chern Lian Shan, “Fishing At Singapore River” vilken ska beskriva livet under kolonialtiden. Tycker den är fin med pojken som blickar ut över floden och den lilla hunden som ligger hopkrupen intill.

Sammanfogad (138/365)

En skulptur där varje barn är sammanfogad med en annan av de fyra barnen.

First Generation, Fullerton.
This work by Chong Fah Cheong transports us back to the early days of Singapore where children frolicked by the Singapore River, indulging in tree climbings and river jumpings.

Nertryckt (137/365)

…i dubble bemärkelse.
Med trycket från den ena faller den andre ner och känner sig i sinnet en aning nedtryckt.

First Generation, Fullerton.
This work by Chong Fah Cheong transports us back to the early days of Singapore where children frolicked by the Singapore River, indulging in tree climbings and river jumpings.