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... the end of our free tour we paid the guide (don't ask me how that works) and headed to the market (yes the market) on the pretext of buying lunch. Now you would be aware that the Spanish are big on their siesta, so it only seemed right that we should respect their customs and traditions and go home for a couple of hours and put our feet up (no Michelle that is not a euphemism). I can say now that, along with Currywurst, I intend to include siestas into my daily ...
... by TÓpies, Scully, Chancho, Mir, Nonell, Picasso, Torres Garcia and DalÝ.
We certainly could have spent much longer lingering over the collection in general and some individual paintings and artefacts in particular.
Some of the paintings and sculptures we admired and enjoyed are reproduced above, left and blelow. Joan Rebull's Maria Rosa reminded me of the the famer's spoinster daughter in Grant ...
... of our clothes next to the highway....returning to the hotel barefoot, stained pink and greeted by a knowing smile. My zipper front t shirt courtesy of lonely planet served its purpose, for those of you that doubted the purchase, but it is safe to say I was over dressed......between short shorts, like half bum short shorts, bras, bikini tops, g strings and ripped vests, only those in onesies and tango dresses were ...
... was open. I was certainly beginning to love Spain! The next few days were spent between the beach, casually eating paella and enjoying the Spanish sun and wandering the city. Enjoying some fine modern art, including a brilliant photo exhibition about the struggles of transvestites in Brazil. Watching a nice game of cricket in the sun and enjoying the cultural centre, which is one of the most beautiful man made areas I've ...
... is always square, unless you have a different lens… (christmas present?)… Moving into the future, I hope I can master these techniques and really capitalize on the artistic side of photography. Who knows, maybe I will learn to develop my own film one day!
Until then, take a look, give me your opinions (bad and good) as I move into my final week here in Valencia.
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