Overhead waves of Malaga

Shady roof at Muelle Uno,  Malaga,  Spain,  May 2016

The colour version above probably helps reveal the identity of yesterday’s more anonymous black and white image.

It is the roof over the seafront walkway in Malaga, which opened in late 2011.  If you go over to Google maps street view you’ll see their 2009 images showing the building work underway.  Theses attractive overhead curves now provide much-needed shade as you admire the boats in harbour, wander along to shops, bars and restaurants, and perhaps grab an extra-cooling ice cream.




Copyright Debbie Smyth, 26 June 2018

Posted as part of Roof Squares

12 thoughts on “Overhead waves of Malaga

    1. Absolutely the opposite.
      They have developed the port area so cruise liners come in now, but apart from that this is a real city. Roman and Picasso sites, excellent food, great street art area, one of my favourite Spanish cities

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