Category Archives: Barcelona

Last pots of 2009

The snow around us is about gone but the side roads like the one we live on are pretty grim. Unpacked the kiln this morning for the last time of 2009, some lovely looking pots came out which is a … Continue reading

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A bit of this a bit of that

A bit of a Spanish inspired bird-dragon thing. A bit Gaudi–esque. Oh and some little birds. We are still here, there is a lot of water around but we are on a bit of a hill so so far so … Continue reading

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Big Cat

As it says on the label it is indeed at big cat! A few more Barcelona pictures for you, and look at that sunshine. Ho Hum it certainly isn’t like that here today. Gale force winds and flooding galore across … Continue reading

Posted in Barcelona, Ceramics Museum | 3 Comments

Peek-a-boo

What have we here? Oh, an owl! On my finger! A felt hoolet, fancy that. Sweet wee thing don’t you think? Beautifully made and the shop I found it in well I could have had her pack up the whole … Continue reading

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Chilly wednesday

Doors and gates, we don’t have many like this over here! I do have a bit of a thing I realise looking back at pictures from other trips to places, about door ways and gates. Lots of images of them … Continue reading

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22 to minus 3

We woke to a shockingly cold but utterly beautiful sight this morning, a chill minus three outside and thick frost and the low sun. Compared to the days of 22 degrees C that we had last week in Barcelona – … Continue reading

Posted in Barcelona, BBC Radio 4, Ceramics Museum, frost, Sagrada Familia, Whatever happened to the teapots | 7 Comments