These colourful items were for sale in one of the little tourist shops in the pretty village of Frigiliana. But you also get a glimpse of the beautiful tiles adorning the lower part of the wall on the outside of the building.
Beautiful, isn’t it?
This post is my contribution to this week’s Travel Theme: Walls
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Marianne, I love your blog! I do subscribe but only ever seem to catch the odd one in my reader.
Hmmm I know that happens to blogs I love, too. I wonder why that is, Jo?
Those lizards look like the little lizard friend who hangs out in my flat in Oman, except he is not nearly so colorful. I love this photo!!
I just love those little geckos running across the walls. Like you say, I think of them as friends 🙂
Love it, so colorful!
Now that’s the way to display your wares. Must have been something to see, the wall and figures, at once. Any one of them would make the perfect souvenir.
…and not too bulky to pop in your case for the flight home, eh John? 😉
The tiles are exquisite. The craftmanship is always so fascinating. These fun colorful
wallhangings are bound to put a smile on anyones face.
Great entry ….
Thanks Izzy – I really appreciate your comment 🙂
They’re gorgeous aren’t they – I have a pal who bought a few in Frigiliana on her last visit!
Soooo lovely! I’ve never been to Frigiliana, sure love to get out there someday.
One of these days we should meet up and wander around Frigiliana together 🙂
They’re pretty cool – and colourful too! I like them 🙂
Glad you like them, Richard. Thanks for letting me know 🙂
Friends of mine here in Kati have some similar ones…I love them…and these.
Me too, Jo. 🙂
Beautiful tile work for the wall. Thank you for the post! Happy travel, Marianne!
Hi Amy – yes, the tiles are stunning.
Happy travels to you too 🙂
totally gorgeous marianne!
Thanks Christine 🙂
I’ve seen those (or similar) and always wondered where I’d put one. Now I know I’d need about seven of them and they should cover one entire wall. Brilliant.
I think they look great grouped together:)
Beautiful pic for the challenge, Marianne. The colours are so gorgeous. 🙂
They are, aren’t they? Thanks Sylvia.
Gorgeous! Would love to own one of them 🙂
There are so many different shapes, colours and materials to be had. I have a couple on my terrace, but they are made of pottery. Still lovely though 🙂
Agree, they are beautiful… 😉
Thanks, Black Ducky!
fantastic picture but Mrs Sensible would have a heart attack. She is terrified of Geckos even pictures of them.
OH dear – is she? Well, this could be our little secret then 😉
Good idea, if she sees them, she will have the screaming abdabs
I’m the same, but with spiders ……
You’re living in a colourful country!
Oh yes, Trish – Spanish is colourful in many ways!
I like those – I think I’ll get one when I visit Spain this year!
Cute, aren’t they?
Are you coming east of Máalaga, Andrew?
It’s a part of the country that I have not visited. I am reading Gerald Brenan – South from Granada so would like to go to the Alpujarras and I need to see Granada. This year I am going to Siguenza, Asturias and Catalunya!
The Alpujarras are delightful 🙂 But if you decide to go south from Granada (a bit further) and turn west when you reach the sea, you will soon be in my neck of the woods. Give me a shout if you want to meet up (and if I’m not gadding about somewhere).
Glad you enjoyed it, Ioanna.
Beautiful, happy travels!
….aren’t they always, Gilly? 🙂