When the sand is compacted from the earlier rain and the morning is too early for the kites to be surfing in Tarifa, I follow the sand prints.
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
During the daytime, other people’s walls and windows – their possible solitudes dominate the view that the glass rectangles offer. From Sidewalks by Valeria Luiselli Doors and windows are a vehicle of transience. They offer us a means for our comings and goings. Either by going out or looking out at the world, then returning … More Looking Through Barca’s Windows and Doors #photogallery #instagram #barcelona
I’m back again on the streets of Catalunya. This time on the back streets of Tarragona, a small city on the Mediterranean coast. Tarragona hosts an impressive cathedral and Roman ruins but as when I wandered Catalonian streets in March, I took to the back streets. I follow you down your narrow street. To find … More Back Streets Of Tarragona #PhotoGallery
Photo: Ballintoy, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland This morning I read the introduction of Paul Theroux’s, The Tao Of Travel and it has filled me with the energy I need for today. He shares his insight on his own need to seek something else, to contentedly travel in enriched solitude and discover the importance of elsewhere, … More The Importance Of Elsewhere #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.