Where I live in Spain, November is a delightful and warm extension of summer. Once in a while, we spend weekends outside the city looking for new places or charming towns and villages. Cumbre del Sol is situated in the province of Alicante on the Costa Blanca and it’s one of the most picturesque residential developments […]
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A vivid reminder of the Islamic occupation, currently the Ethnological Museum and Water Museum. Once a residential home, it is a gem not to miss, located in the beautiful village Anna a short car drive from Valencia. Highly recommended!
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Some of you might know already, from my previous post, that I had the opportunity to organise my second photography exhibition. I would like to introduce you now to the lovely man that was kind enough to let me expose on the walls of his playground. I met Joan by chance when my partner was […]
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Spending the weekend away from the city meant a perfect opportunity to use my old Nikkor AF f/1.4 50mm. I’d fixed it up on the Sony alpha with an adapter a while ago but never really got the time to use it much, especially because it only works with MF and it’s a bit uncomfortable in some […]
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Who said London houses are boring?! Have a stroll through a typical east London neighbourhood and you will notice a myriad of welcoming coloured doors.
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May this year be filled with endless possibilities. Valencian tiles gathered on the way.
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Controversial or not this place is mesmerising. One cannot deny the feeling of being almost instantly transported into a utopian land where cars should be flying in between the metal strings of the bridge instead of running on the roads.
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I’ve recently managed to visit The City of Arts and Sciences during day-time. It is a magnificent site. Even though it wasn’t a proper sunny day the buildings still reflected the light beautifully. It was almost surreal.
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Part of an old residential development in Central London, this building will soon be demolished to be replaced by a modern residential project. I walk a lot around London and I am always surprised by the lack of vegetation on balconies/terraces. I mean, this is England, the grass is green all year round, with the […]
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New personal project in progress. London’s houses have an array of fantastic doors ( I know you can’t really see it here but that’s the point), in all shapes and colours. Lately, I can be found in front of people’s houses photographing doors.
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Converted warehouse complex in King’s Cross near Granary Square. Both the location and building are worthy of a visit, you get to stroll along the canal as well and have a coffee at the floating coffee shop docked in front of the square (pictures to come).
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