Hairdresser. Barcelona

And they say that the cobbler’s children have no shoes… Advertisements

Waterfalls. Barcelona

The fountains of the Palau Nacional in  Montjuïc – and a bit of the Palau itself. And some tourists and souvenir sellers.

No Sagrada Familia. Barcelona

This is a view you get from one of the miradoros of Montjuic. Most of the people want to get a panorama with La Sagrada Familia on it; me among them. The result photo though was what I call “a postcard” – a photo you get when you google “Barcelona”. I decided to get a “not-so-obvious” view … Continue reading

La Boqueria. Barcelona

La Boqueria is a market located in the center of Barcelona, at La Rambla. I talked to one girl; she told me it used to be a place where the local grannies were going to buy their groceries. Now its filled with the tourists, the prices went up, the old customers stopped appearing. And the … Continue reading

Festa de Gràcia (making of). Barcelona

I’m back from the region of Valencia and Barcelona. If I only could stay… Yesterday in Gràcia (which has become my absolutely favourite zone of Barcelona, beating the gothic one) began the Festa. Do I want to be there right now to photograph everything! Anyway, I had a very good reason to come back – … Continue reading

Barri Gòtic. Barcelona

When I came back from Barcelona, I told you that till the last day I wasn’t really satisfied with the pictures that I’d taken. Till the last day. That’s when, instead of walking through La Rambla again, we entered the Barri Gòtic. I took some pictures of the picturesque, narrow streets, some of which I … Continue reading

The Palm Sunday. Barcelona

I took this picture on the Palm Sunday and I just love how many little stories you can find in it. The balloons are the first thing you’re paying attention to, but there are absolutely no kids on the picture. Why is the woman who’s selling them so serious? What is she thinking about? There … Continue reading

Let’s go get lost. Barcelona

Unfortunately, I didn’t have the chance to enter most of Barcelona’s “must-sees”. The prices of the tickets and the amount of people waiting to enter succesfully made us look for other options. Luckily, we went to the Horta Labyrinth… Even more luckily, we managed to escape as well.

The panoramas. Barcelona

Well, this time those will be no panoramas of spectacular nature. Sorry. I was in Barcelona last week and, I have to be honest with you, most of the time I was just taking random pictures. For some reason not many things had caught my eye (which happily changed the very last day, but I … Continue reading