Entrance to the Pompidou Centre Malaga

The Pompidou Centre Malaga in black & white

The worst time to put up a post is on a Friday evening while drinking a 14º Vin de Pays d’Oc & going down with a cold. So here it is: Malaga in black & white.

I’ve focussed on the walk from the old city to the Pompidou Centre, which opened last year, and which was one of my favourite sites in Malaga.

So, why black & white? Black & white is about contrast; life is about contrast. Colour brings us alive, but life is beautiful in black & white as well as in colour.

And the link to food? Food is art. Photography is art. Food is about terroir, or provenance, and so is photography.

View from Malaga beach across to the harbour

View from Malaga beach across to the harbour

Paseo de los Curas, Malaga

Nothing beats the Mediterranean light. In the Paseo de los Curas, the Way of the Priests, I did not see one priest

I was really inspired by the Pompidou Centre

I was really inspired by the Pompidou Centre

Pompidou Centre, with some amazing & thought-provoking works of art, including the sound of an orgasmic woman

Pompidou Centre, with some thought-provoking works of art, including the sound of an orgasmic woman

Paseo de la Cura is a beautiful walk along the waterfront to reach the Pompidou Centre

Paseo de los Curas is a beautiful walk along the waterfront to the old city from the Pompidou Centre

The strong sun produces beautiful reflections in the old city

The strong sun produces beautiful reflections in the old city

Malaga is about the modern as well as the old ... and it's tropical

Malaga is about the modern as well as the old … and it’s about being on the margin of the tropics

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