At 27 metres high, the Samrat Yantra is designed to tell the time of day exactly. When we were there workmen were restoring the wall, supported by bamboo scaffolding. The small cupola on the top is used for announcing the time!
Early one summer morning on the Dingle Peninsular I spied this cat searching for a warm spot on the stone wall that lined the narrow road.
Walking through Ormiston Gorge in Central Australia is wonderful experience of wind, earth and water. Tall colourful walls rise on each side of the stony floor, foliage clings to life where it can, and a deep waterhole awaits the weary walker at the end.
Walls of buildings are always fair targets for graffiti, posters and other forms of messaging! This one is very pro-French I think.
Ailsa of Where’s my Backpack has offered a challenge for photo of walls this week … how about looking through your wall photos too?