This photo is from Peratallada, a medieval village in the Girona province, in Catalonia. It looks like little has changed in the urban morphology since medieval times; It is a pleasure to walk around the cobbled. As a curiosity, the name of the city is derived from “Pedra tallada”, meaning ‘carved stone.’ Almost all the buildings were built with stone carved from the fosse which still encircles parts of this small fortified town. Do you like medieval towns? Do not miss this one!Do you like this photo? Get a Print or
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A few weeks ago I was visiting La Fageda d'en Jordà in the Natural Park of the Volcanic Zone of the Garrotxa.The forest was a mix of colors, it was so beautiful that I feel compel to constantly stop my walk to take a shoot after shoot. Do you like this photo? Get Your Print.
The sculpture L'Estel Ferit (“The Wounded Shooting Star”) created by the German artist Rebecca Horn pays tribute to Barcelona's fishing district, the Barceloneta, and has become one of its iconic landmarks. The sculpture consists of four twisted cubes, stacked seemingly at random. Most people refer to this popular landmark as “the cubes,” and it is a clear reflection of Barcelona's penchant for groundbreaking art during the Olympic period.Do you like this photo? Get a Print or
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