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Friday, August 27, 2010

Dancing Jota in Barcelona

Dancing Jota in Barcelona [enlarge]

Before resuming my photography walks in Barcelona and to fill the inevitable void of August holidays I bring back another sample of jotas from Aragon. Please check previous posts to learn more.

PS: Today I started a new set at Flickr about our trip to Scotland. It just has one picture but it will grow in the next days. From here, congratulations to Scots, in spite of the rain, you have the heck of a great landscape which my family and I really enjoyed and certainly recommend.

6 comments:

  1. I do fully agree your opinion on Scotland. The landscapes are amazing, I didn't know that. In May I had only sunshine 24C!

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  2. Looks as if their thoughts melted into their feet. Please have a good weekend.

    daily athens

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  3. LOL I had never seen so many clouds together in my life. Well, I had, but in the Caribbean. But, man, when the sun came out, and created those endless patches of light in the vastness of those valleys and whimsical mountains, gosh! that was beauty at its most!
    Thanks Biebkriebels.
    Thanks Robert! Yes, you ought to see them floating in the air. Their feet defy gravity sometimes. Good weekend to you too.

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  4. i only got to watch flamenco... i will i stayed longer in barelona or spain in total.... such a magnificent country, must revisit for my hols.

    i blog about my trip there, i went to morocco then proceed with granda followed by barcelona. next trip will be cordoba, seville, madrid..... any recommendation?

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  5. Hi Lily! There are so many cities to recommend. You mentioned some good ones. I would add Toledo or Cuenca if you like old houses and history. You could go to Malaga or Cadiz but it is a different story. A totally different city I suggest is San Sebastian up north. I think you're gonna need a third or a fourth trip ;)

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  6. Great series of dance photos.

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