Tuesday, December 1, 2015

A Sky Full Of Stars

San Geraldo and I went to see the lights of Málaga Monday evening. Every year it's something different and every year it's, as the saying goes, "something else." This year, it's a star- (and moon-) filled sky.

After strolling the streets, we had dinner at our favourite place in Málaga (El Meson de Cervantes). You'll hear and see all about that probably tomorrow.

It was all heavenly.

(Click the images and be transported.)

AVENIDA MARQUÉS DE LARIOS.


ENTERING PLAZA DE LA CONSTITUCIÓN.

CALLE GRANADA.
PLAZA CARBÓN.


Dedicated to my sky full of stars...

32 comments:

  1. What a great tunnel of light and the tree looks nice too.

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  2. Very purty, though i wonder if people live in those buildings and how they sleep???

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    1. Bob:
      Much of that is business/commercial space. But we've all got those roll-down aluminum shutters to block out light and noise (and they don't stay on all night).

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  3. I love the color and excitement of your festival pictures.

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  4. Brilla la estrella de paz,
    Oh, brilla la estrella de paz,

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  5. I'd love to be there... as Stephen writes... the color and excitement would be awesome!

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    1. Sharon:
      And you have a good idea of what must be like here from your last trip.

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  6. Wonderful decorations, so different from any I've ever seen! And such a sweet dedication.

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    1. Wilma:
      Our experience of Christmas in Sevilla blew us away, too.

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  7. Love Chris Martin and of course Coldplay!!

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  8. Amazing streetscape!! i LOVE the positive energy emitted from Spain and its culture. You are certainly picking up on it over the past few years and sharing with the world. Thank you.
    And....WHO doesn't LOVE Coldplay?!

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    1. Jim:
      After sharing this video, I listened to about a dozen other Coldplay songs. And, yes, I DO feel like I've been absorbing the positive energy here. So grateful.

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    1. Spo:
      We have fun lights here in town, but they're a huge letdown after the lights of Málaga. (How ya gonna keep em down on the farm after they've seen Paree?)

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  10. I'm trying to decide which looks more beautiful - the light displays or Coldplay. Oh, who am I kidding? It's Coldplay. You're a gem too, Mitchell.

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    1. Robyn:
      Coldplay had me smiling all the way through.

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  11. Oh my stars! Must be a magnificent sight in person.

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    1. Walt the Fourth:
      It is. And, although you can't tell from the photos, it seems like daylight under that huge canopy of lights.

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  12. Good to see that someone's applied a bit of imagination to do something a little bit different. Very attractive!

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    1. Ray:
      I love the fact that it's different every year.

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  13. Beautiful color, and I can't imagine a better place to see the lights!

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    1. Linda:
      Sevilla also has beautiful lights displays, but Avenida Marqués de Larios is incredible.

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  14. Beautiful! We haven't quite decided where we are staying in Malaga in April but want easy access to this area.

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    1. Cheapchick:
      If I were staying in Málaga, I'd want to stay right in the Old Center somewhere, but I La Malagueta, the beach neighbourhood, is also fun. Just more of a walk to the Old Center. It's a fun city to walk.

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  15. Absolutely love those light displays in Spain. Wish we had them here.

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    1. Laurent:
      They're unlike any I saw in the States. Magical.

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