A short four weeks ago we took a four day side trip from Germany to Barcelona. This city has been on my personal “bucket list” for about 15 years. What drew me was the architecture…
…particularly the architecture of Antoni Gaudi.
While exploring the city I realized this place was magical – and i am not just referring to the Fountains dancing to music at night!
There was music everywhere…
…buskers that mesmerize with their movements. This one captured my attention in Park Gaudi across the main entrance to Segrada Familia.
And these gentlemen soaked up the sun during a mean game of cards. Talk about poker faces…
With architecture and people also comes food – Mercado Boqueria was a feast for the eyes and senses.
…I wonder whose plate this fierce looking creature will fill tonight?
Fresh fruit galore – whole fruits whole, by the piece or presented in serving cups. How can one resist?
Thanks for walking down “memory lane” with me. I am slowly making my way through the 3,000 images I captured during four days exploring Barcelona. I just to share some of the early impressions I experienced! Stay tuned for more to follow at a later date.
Now it’s time to get back to some studio work…
This entry was published on January 27, 2015 at 4:59 pm. It’s filed under Art
, Creativity Update
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and tagged Antoni Gaudi
, Barcelona architecture
, candid people photography
, exploring Barcelona with my camera
, people of Barcelona
, street photography
, travel photography
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Wow Anna, these pictures are fantastic! Elaine
Thanks, Elaine! Barcelona is your kind of town… great architecture, rich history and a dream come true for foodies! These images are just teasers… more to come soon!
Oh my the photos are gorgeous, like a rich tapestry. My middle daughter lives and works in Barcelona at the Marina. She loves the life there and I can see why from your photos!
Thank you for weighing in with a comment! Your daughter is a very fortunate woman! Barcelona is a city for all ages and has so much to offer. I visited during the quieter time of the year and loved every minute of it. Warnings of muggings and pick pockets were completely unfounded and we never felt worried. I would go back in a heart beat! LOVED every minute of our stay. There will be more photos coming… it is one of those places where everywhere you turn you see something of interest.
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Yikes talk about super great pics. Keep them coming as I am travelling with you and do not want to miss anything. Leona
Will do, Leona! It was fabulous! You would love that city!
Anna, the colour and texture you have captured is a feast for the eyes. Of interest is that yesterday I was searching for a yarn and found one called “Gaudi”
Gaudi yarn – now that would heighten the experience! Glad you enjoyed the images. It’s warm here right now (considering it is the end of January) but I know that we are in for some snow soon. These colors and images will keep me inspired as winter carries on outside!