Exploring Spain (Photo Essay) Southern Europe. April 11, 2014. by Contributor. Spain is such an incredible country. It's been far too long since we've explored its varied cities (and we've never seen them together) but these photos from today's guest post ignited a reminder that we should make plans to return soon. It started with the love of a language. What began as a secretive, solitary.
Spain Photo Essay. Despite diverse mountainscapes from the Pyrenees in the northeast to the Sierra Nevada in the southwest, the Spanish snowboard scene flies largely under the radar when compared to its European neighbors. Yet, a rich and diverse culture, from snowboarding to tapas and the discos of the south, is undoubtedly one worth exploring. Spanish photographer Jesus Andres Fernandez.
Things to do in Ronda Spain: Photoessay. by Cory Varga. 03 September 2019. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram. Wandering with a camera in your hand is by far the best thing to do in Ronda, Spain. I've already fallen in love with this gorgeous country whilst driving through the South of Spain, so there is no surprise that I am deeply impressed by the gorges of Ronda. The city of Ronda is.
His series, The Country Doctor, shot on assignment for Life Magazine in 1948, documents the everyday life of Dr Ernest Guy Ceriani, a GP tasked with providing 24-hour medical care to over 2,000 people in the small town of Kremmling, in the Rocky Mountains. The story was important at the time for drawing attention to the national shortage of country doctors and the impact of this on remote.
Spain Barcelona Street Art: Photo Essay Posted on May 30, 2017. After spending nearly 2 months exploring the cities, towns and countryside of Spain, Barcelona easily wins the title of the best city in Spain for street art. (Just one caveat: I missed out on visiting Valencia; it’s been left for a future trip. And Valencia does also have a street art scene, so I might have to re-evaluate in.Learn More
It's not a return to “normal,” but for millions of Europeans, it represents a reminder of what normal used to look like, now in a deeply altered state.Learn More
Spain's Madcap Tomato Festival, La Tomatina. The annual food fight in Bunol, Spain draws thousands of eager vegetable-throwers.Learn More
Photos of Madrid: the city’s spectacular Plaza Mayor. By Jim Ferri. Madrid is one of Europe’s most vibrant capitals, as you’ll see in these photos of the city. More importantly for travelers, however, it also differs dramatically from every other city in Spain. Because of the incredible variety of things to do in the capital, it can also overwhelm you. For starters, it has two royal.Learn More
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Components of a Photo Essay. Just like making a movie, the photos that make up the story are not usually captured chronologically. Rather, they are shot in a way that works best logistically then assembled in an order that works to best communicate the storyline. The establishing shot is a vital component of a photo essay. This opening image.Learn More
Penitents carry a statue of Christ along a beach during a Good Friday Holy Week procession in Valencia, eastern Spain, March 25, 2005.Learn More
Spain, 1833-2002, People and State (Oxford University Press, 2007) Spain, 1833-2002, People and State (Oxford University Press, 2007). This book provides a cultural history of Spanish politics from the civil war of 1833 to the Spanish adoption of the Euro in 2002, a period dominated for the most part by violent military interventions in the political process, a succession of weak, unstable.Learn More
Photo Essay: Spanish food markets at the heart of two cities By Joe Thomas To fully understand Spanish gastronomy is to make a trip to one of Spain’s many food markets. Natives still turn to the traditional markets to find the freshest food, sold from vendors with decades of experience preparing, presenting and selling their goods.Learn More
Semana Santa Photo Essay. Every spring during holy week the streets of Spain fill with religious processions and tourists alike. Weeks and weeks of preparation are required to carry out the elaborate scenes and to practice carrying the heavy floats that contain tributes to various saints and sacred events. These processions can last as long as a whole day. In Toledo, Spain, at the end of my.Learn More
The images in this photo essay are from Chefchaouen, Morocco. As always, all photos are my own. Chefchaouen, Morocco Photos. Hidden deep within the Rif Mountains of the Northwest Morocco is a small, quiet city called Chefchaouen. This sleepy mountain village was one of my favorite areas in the entire country. The men wander the streets in long robes with pointed hoods known as jellabas.Learn More
A collection of fragments shot in Spain in the last months. I'm attracted by Spain's huge spaces and landscapes that reminds american West.Learn More