Barranco de Masca

This spring, we went to Tenerife; one of the bigger and more well-known of the Canary Islands. Lots of people go there for sunbathing, we went for hiking. On the first day, we did the hike through the Masca gorge. The hike combines a walk through rocky terrain and nature with the possibility to cool […]

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[Unsolicited advice] Casa Batlló from the inside

Gaudí’s Casa Batlló is hard to miss when you are in Barcelona. It’s right on the busy Passeig de Gracia and its fantastic exterior draws crowds of onlookers at every time of the day. It’s tempting to visit the inside but the 21.50 € price tag is heavy enough to wonder if it is really […]

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Granada in one image

For many, there is just that one quintessential picture of Granada: the view of the majestic Alhambra with the narrow streets of the Albayzin in the foreground and the snow-capped Sierra Nevada in the background.

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Contact Sheets: Sagrada Familia

A photograph is more than just a documentation. It is the photographer who creates an image by working with light and composition, and also by choosing which image to show to the rest of the world. Today, we want to decompose an image of the Sagrada Familia that I took in January 2014.

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