Wednesday, June 25, 2008

White Walls/Essouira



I went to Cabacurl's comment and thence to the post and discovered it was "W" day........
Care of Mrs.Nesbitt's.......I will try to add a link.




and discovered these white walls from Essouira that I haven't posted before..........



So it's alliterative "white wall Wednesday"

15 comments:

esnorway said...

Great W nice pis and houses

Greyscale Territory said...

I am still being surprised at the tapestry of colour and shape in Moroccan windows, doors and walls. It all utterly fascinates me.

reader Wil said...

White walls are clean and inspiring when there is a blue sky over the town. Lovely photos.

AphotoAday said...

What interesting shots of an interesting place!   Love those ageless white walls.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

White and blue, an ageless good combo....

Denise said...

White Wall Wednesday...excellent title.

willow said...

The white walls really pop out against that vivid blue sky.

CaBaCuRl said...

Welcome to ABC Wednesday, Elizabeth. I have a challenge to myself..I keep going from blog-to-blog, on the list on Mrs Nesbitt's blog, till I come to a double-up, and then I stop. Still no double-ups for W.
I have a fridge magnet that says "If you want the best seat in the house, you'll have to move the cat first"...so you got it just right!

Hey Harriet said...

Wonderful White Wall Wednesday! The white is so striking with the surrounding blue.

M.Kate said...

white and blue sure rocks here !

happy weekend :)

Sara said...

Hi Elizabeth, I see you are over here at ABC Wednesday too...

Your wonderfully alliterative white wall Wednesday post is just perfect.

carolyn said...

White walls look wonderful in the sunshine with brilliant blue skies and strangely they also look good with drab cloudy English rainy day skies.

Lavinia Ladyslipper said...

White walls made all the by striking by that wonderfully blue Moroccan sky...

Marja said...

Nice white walls. I love that last wall. Looks like the wall of a castle

neulekirppu said...

What a blue!!! It looks really very strong, lovely.
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