Apunte del natural de paisaje urbano (cerca de plaza Universitat, en Barcelona).
Adoro esta clase de apuntes, con perspectivas algo complejas... ¡son un reto hermoso!
A lápiz de grafito y rotuladores de colores. #barcelonaspain#rotuladoresdecolores 🌈
PORTA DEL MENJADOR DE LA CASA FELIP 🇪🇸
La Casa Felip is a building located at number 20 of the Ausias Marc street in Barcelona, on the island known as the "textile gold area". This zone of the Eixample was enriched at the end of the nineteenth century when the new bourgeoisie commissioned the construction of their residences to live with their families and next to the textile manufactures that had been installed in the area and of which some were owners.
The construction or remodeling of the buildings responded to the new innovative design of the end of the century that defended architecture as a total and integrating art, and at the same time promoted the revitalization of artisan trades.
Location ; Barcelona 📍, SPAIN 🇪🇸
🏆🏆😉😉 @jmfiteb 🏆🏆😉😉
👉☺Te recomendamos visitar la galería de este gran artista/ We recommend to visit the gallery of this great artist. 👈☺
Seleccionada por/ Select by: @los_gemelos_ig
Etiqueta tus fotos con nuestro tag/ Tag your photos with : 👉👉 #fever_allart___________________________
💡 Recuerda visitar @fever_family para descubrir el resto de galerías y etiquetar tus fotos con ellas/ Remember to visit our @fever_family to discover the rest of our galleries and tag your pics with them.
Found: @pollmacarney .
Galerias amigas que recomendamos 😉😉 .
Freedom of Opinion and Expression❤️ Arrived to Barcelona during a week of civil unrest. Received an email from the US embassy hours before our arrival alerting us. Watched streets on fire, on the news in the airport before taking off from Ireland. Upon arriving our taxi driver questioned dropping us off short of our hotel because we were in the red zone. (we walked a street away to our hotel) Excited to see Barcelona for the first night but decided to stay in until daylight.....
Woke to a beautiful day as we witnessed freedom of expression and opinion of the Catalan people whom are passionate of their heritage, beliefs, and freedom from Spain. Nothing but love and dancing in the streets🙏🏼 .
I declare that from this day forward, this dress is only to be worn when I don't spend the day drinking bloating pints of beer 🍻🇪🇸
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Page 1 in the travel journal has come to a end sooner rather than later🇪🇸 Due to the events happening in Barcelona it’s only right not to go to Barcelona next Saturday. we were due to stay in the heart of the Centre and I would rather be safe back in England than fearing out in Spain on my own😌 #barcelonaspain#cancelled#travel#traveljournal#uktraveller
Before moving here, my naivety to the strength of Catalonian culture here in Barcelona was laughable. After all, Barcelona is the capital of the region, Catalonia. When I used to tell people that I was moving to Barcelona in part to learn Spanish, some would respond with “you know they speak Catalan in Barcelona, not Spanish right?” I kind of brushed it off and figured things had changed, and that most people here claim a Spanish identity. But the reality is, present-day Spain’s history is much more complicated than I realized. And even though I am successfully learning Spanish here in Barcelona, I’ve also wished many times I was learning Catalan as well because it’s what is spoken primarily in my neighborhood.
This weekend, upwards of 500,000 people from all over Catalonia held rallies in Barcelona in protest to the heavy prison sentences being given to 12 Catalan separatists who led the charge back in 2017 to vote for Catalan independence from Spain.
Being completely neutral on the issues at hand, I have nothing to offer but questions and a desire to learn. I visited the Catalan history museum a few days ago (well worth a visit) and have been trying to educate myself more on the complex history of this area. Despite the chaos and restlessness of this week, this visual learner is thankful for the opportunity to watch history unfold before my eyes.
Have you heard of the term insecure overachievers👩🏻🎓? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I read about it the other day, and it means someone who is usually a high performer (at work & in life) but never satisfied with their outcome or think it’s good enough. Can you relate?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I think our modern society has trained us to compete with each other in a race for perfectionism which is never realistic. I think it’s much healthier to aim for self improvement instead. I’ve think perfectionism is about finding happiness in the end goal, whereas self-improvement is about finding happiness in the process of getting there 💪🏼.
A picture says 1,000 words, but what happens when 1,000 isn’t enough?
What most people see when they look at these photos is the sun rising over Barcelona 🌅 What they don’t see is @shelbss44 and I jogging through the city at 5 am to beat the light, or the passed out students a few benches down that didn’t quite wait up long enough to watch the sunrise.
Unfortunately I didn’t think to shoot any of this beforehand, but if getting to see the BTS of some of this travel content sounds entertaining, let me know in the comments and I’ll try to share more on the next trip!
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