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Heading south, the Spanish countryside becomes more densely packed with olive trees and much of the architecture has a strong islamic influence.
In Cordoba, horses are taught to dance…
…or transport visitors around the town
The Mezquita and the Cathedral of Cordoba is an amazing structure. After being blown away by the scale and beauty of the Mosque, you discover a huge Christian Cathedral right in the middle
The decoration is mesmerising. The more you study it the more intricate it becomes.
More Photos from Granada and the Alhambra.
Wonderful photos of wonderful subject matter. But what’s with the boomerangs????
Beats me why they are selling boomerangs in Spain? – complete with dot painting decoration! Who would buy them?
Cathedral of Cordoba is amazing. To think of the tools they had or didn’t have in their time. Ceramic tiles Art in Colour
Love the boomerangs! Equivalent of UK kiss me quick hats! Tacky or what! Fab pics John. Looking forward to the paintings.
Ah you photographed the salted sardines in the round barrel! Did the same in Catalonia last Summer and have been doing sketches and little paintings on this amazingly decorative pattern of fish.Adorable!
John, I never fulfilled a youthful dream I had to move to Spain to study Flamenco guitar. You’re tugging at my heart strings with these gorgeous photos. Is it OK if I live vicariously through your adventures here? As always, well done and beautiful!