Posts by tag: architecture

Spain Day 1 – Travel & Granada

Posted by Caz on Friday, 21st March 2014

Today was the first day of my trip to Granada and the Alpujarras in Spain. The flight was quick and efficient, taking off from London City Airport which meant I saw the sights of the Capital from above. There were also some lovely clouds along the way:

Up In The Clouds

Up In The Clouds

Once I had checked into my hotel I took a walk around the streets of Granada looking for some geocaches. I also found some interesting graffiti:

Graffiti Colour

Graffiti Colour

The sun was shining and the architecture was always worth a look, especially these attractive railings in front of an old church:

Trapped Shadows

Trapped Shadows

I found another intriguing church thanks to looking for one cache – the Basílica de San Juan de Dios – decorated with gold from top to toe. Quite incredible!

The Pulpit

The Pulpit

My mono image for the day features some Shadows On The Corner. Here are a few more shots from the day:

Selfie Out-Takes – Feb ’14

Posted by Caz on Friday, 28th February 2014

Well I’ve now completed the second month of selfies, without too much pain.  Here are some out-takes which didn’t quite make the cut for February – click the thumbnails to view a slideshow:

50 @ 50 (2014) #7

Posted by Caz on Sunday, 9th February 2014

Embankment Reflections
Title: Embankment Reflections
Location: Embankment, London
Camera: Canon EOS 5D MkIII / 50mm EF f/1.4 USM
Notes: After my interesting day in London with friends on my Creative Photography course, I took a walk along the Embankment on my way back to the Underground at Westminster. I liked the reflection in this bus window, parked along the side of the road. I can imagine the view seen by the tourists who might sit inside.