Since I arrived to Barcelona, as I mentioned in my First Post, my life, of routine, has had close to nothing. However, taking weekend expeditions has becomed a delicious habit.
I’ve had the opportunity to know different towns and beaches away from the center of the city. And, besides being extremely fun, these trips have given me the opportunity to photograph stunning sceneries.
Therefore, I decided to share some of the pictures I’ve taken during these excursions.
I took this photograph in Sitges, a small and very beautiful seaside town south of Barcelona. I loved the contrast between the small and bright flower on the immense blue ocean.
My second destination was the city of Tarragona. Also located south of Barcelona, among its beaches and rich historical content, this city becomes an excellent tourist target.
The way the sun streamed through the leafy branches of this tinitaria was spectacular. The breeze, the colors and the lighting conveyed a sense of unmatched calm.
This image is an HDR of the amphitheater. I decided to take it with this technique, hoping that the result was as faithful as possible to reality. I think I succeeded!
After visiting many beaches, it was the mountain turn . My third destination, Rupit, was the chosen destination.
With this spectacular image the town received me. Completely built in stone structures, a suspension bridge, a river and flowers in all balconies, Rupit makes us feel as if we travel to the past to take part of a wonderful story.
Bugs also have their role in this story
On the road leading to the hermitage of Santa Magdalena, a variety of the most colorful wildflowers I’ve seen, decorate the trail
That same day, the adventure ended in the town of Besalu. I’ll let this images speak for me.
And to end this collection of photographs and experiences, I would like to share the last trip I did.
Walking up to the Tibidabo is amazing. My experience tells me that, if you have the opportunity to visit this place, the best option is to do it on foot. The possibility of mixing with nature, and still being so close to the city, is unique.
Always take your camera wherever you go. Remember to have a point of interest in all your photos. Do not rush, take your time to press the shutter. And above all, enjoy!