I’m so happy to have arrived in Tarifa. I landed into a full Levante, it made me want to cozy into my room which I did and subsequently my little studio feels like home. I feel content, relaxed and expansive. This expansive feeling is the one I get when I’m working out on … More In the beginning #traveltales
San Juan de Aznalfarache, Sevilla In this morning I don’t know what I’ll find but I’ll know I’ll find it. Stirring my morning coffee amidst this San Juan hustle and bustle of old men and shopping ladies. Beside the orange trees or outside the apartments where people are sitting on white, plastic chairs. Maybe … More Better Than Coffee, Morning #wordsketch (and also for a Happy New Year)
Take a look at Sevilla up close and become addicted to it’s sky. I tried to capture and keep it. Snippets of Reales Alcázares de Sevilla. A wall, the gardens, it’s windows and doors. Then the architecture of Sevilla, old and new, buildings standing proud in contrast to that brilliant, blue sky.
Trees At Dusk Dusk is the day having a glass of wine A mellow feeling washes over this clever drinker Not too much to allow itself to become hazy but for a moment in the relaxation, Contrast adds clarity. Photos: Sebes National Park, Flix, Catalunya
I awoke to a bang in the night and a chorus of dogs. The horse had had it. Except it didn’t happen that way. Ebanoe had passed away peacefully in the night after a short term illness. No gun was needed. Anna wanted to spare him the indecent and undeserved ending of being hoisted into … More Digging A Grave For Ebanoe #traveltales
A snort, a toss of the head, a whinny. Spending time looking into the dark eyes of a horse is remarkably peaceful.These are some of the horses I met on the Mas Caboot farm in Cataluña Spain. They quickly became my favourite photography subject.