First of some of my images from the trip my wife and I took to Barcelona and Girona this weekend. And the first image I've uploaded that was taken with my new walk-around lens (which I was able to give a good field test - almost everything was taken with that lens).
This is a famous part of the Parc Güell - below the part with the famous swirling mosaic benches. Almost constantly crowded, this, so shooting this with only a few people in it was a matter of patience.
I found it hard to deal with the harsh sunlight. But hopefully you will think I was able to make something of the situation, because I quite liked these arches. They almost look like they belong here, like they're a natural occurrence, which I understand was one of Gaudi's intentions with his designs.
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|Camera:||Canon EOS 20D |
|Lens:||Sigma 17-70mm F2.8-4.5 DC Macro |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|