Barcelona Photoblog: Potter Magic in the Medieval Era: Suria Market


Friday, April 13, 2007

Potter Magic in the Medieval Era: Suria Market

Potter Magic in the Medieval Era: Suria Market
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This potter seemed to have a magic wand, everything he touched suddenly acquired weird forms that little by little and against all odds finally became the most unsuspected object. But Mr. Potter here was no magician, he was a modest craftsman disguised in medieval clothes impersonating a medieval potter, one of the many trades so typical in Medieval markets in the outskirts of towns, like the fortress town of Suria to be more precise. If you want to see a stonecutter photographed the same day follow the link. There were more pictures about Suria which you can find searching in Blogger toolbar on top of the page or in my Technorati searchlet. The intense colors are created using Color Lab effect in PhotoKit Color 2.0 - Photoshop Plugin by Pixel Genius.


  1. Anonymous4:32 AM

    I have always thought making potter would be relaxing. However, I suspect I would get stressed out when I screwed it up ... The blue of the water in yesterday's photo is very relaxing as well and I doubt if I would screw up a day at the beach.

  2. An artist in action is a thing of beauty itself. The two colours, beige and blues, are clear and bright.

  3. Anonymous8:33 AM

    Ahh another form of art I would like to try in the future! Imagine transforming a few slabs of clay to something worth displaying!

  4. Anonymous5:52 PM

    hey! those blue pots are nice. I do hope that Mr.Potter here will become a magician someday.


    Just kidding.

  5. Nice capture! beautiful colors!
    Potter is always the focus of view.

  6. I love photos of people doing stuff. And this is very interesting. I like the black potteries on the right.


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