Friday, November 2, 2012

Photo Friday: Ornamental Ironwork in Spain

They sure have a dazzling way with ornamental ironwork in Spain.  A few of my favorites:

In the town of Ronda, Spain.

Entrance to a residential patio in Seville.

Royal Palace gates in Madrid.

This beautiful forged cross is in the tiny Plaza de Santa Cruz in Seville.

Window decoration in Seville.

On the Puente Nuevo Bridge in Ronda.

Lots of wrought iron in Ronda.

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  1. Wow, the photo of the Royal Palace in Madrid reminds me a bit of Buckingham Palace in London!I enjoyed all the gates, and fencing every one nicely designed, extremely beautiful rod iron!

  2. I finally made it over and I love it here, can I just stay? forever?

    aloha, stopping by from last week's Aloha Friday Hop to follow ya right back.

    I'd love to personally invite you to join me today at An Aloha Affair: A Gathering of Creative Souls-- where we mingle and grow together... Please do stop by and join us, anytime.


  3. I love all the Spanish ironwork pictures you captured! It looks like you had the Royal Palace to yourselves. Even our pictures by the fence were filled with people. Ronda looks amazing. That last picture makes it look like the perfect place to get lost in.

  4. I was kind of thinking the same thing as Mary....Was Spain closed when you visited? What a great way to enjoy the city, with nobody else jostling you for position. Oh, and the ironwork is definitely gorgeous. Can't imagine how long it must take to put something like that forged cross together.

    1. Mary and Steve: You have no idea the trouble I go to to avoid getting tourists in my pictures. My kids will tell you how much I obsess about it!! :)


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