Monday, 16 November 2009

Ruby Tuesday: Balcony

Today's entry ties up with my previous post. This is a balcony in Mdina. Our buildings are mostly made of limestone and red contrasts really well with it. This is especially true of older buildings because as the limestone ages it turns a honey yellow so red doors, windows and balconies act as a perfect foil.

This balcony is somewhat different in that the lattice work on it is quite unusual and is not a common feature of Maltese balconies.

For more Ruby Tuesdays from around the world go over to Mary the Teach at Work of the Poet.

14 comments:

  1. What a great picture by my Ruby Tuesday neighbor! Surely, Juliette awaits Romeo's visit!

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  2. How Pretty!!!!!!!

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  3. Sweetest balcony ever! Charming arches, latticework and plants. :)

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  4. Very nice combination of colors from the walls to the balcony. Good shot too. Happy ruby Tuesday.

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  5. very nice photo. I like the place too.
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  6. Prettiest balcony...I've ever seen!!!

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  7. Your previous posts and pictures are lovely. This balcony is gorgeous!!

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  8. A very beautiful balcony, Loree! Pretty RED and white detail! :)

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  9. This balcony is so beautiful and colorful. I've been enjoying your blog and being able to see all the beauty in Malta.

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  10. This is sssoooooooooooooo pretty!

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  11. I would love to live in a house with a balcony like that. So romantic.

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  12. I love that gorgeous pink window! :)

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