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On January 22nd me and my family grabbed the car and went to Besalú. On our way,we first stopped in one of Barcelona’s beaches, I’m pretty sure it was the Marbella beach. There was a strong wind that day and the waves were very high, so it was pretty impressive and we had to shoot some pictures. Later on, we stopped at the lake of Banyoles, this time for an hour or so. Although it was a cloudy and rainy day and everything looks gray, every landscape was beautiful in its own way. After taking pictures and enjoying the animals and the nature at Banyoles, we arrived at Besalú. Located at the province of Girona, in La Garrotxa, Besalú is an old town with historical and artistic importance. I absolutely love old towns, especially this one, and hopefully you’ll like it too through these few photographies.

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ps2: the three B’s of the title respond to Banyoles, Besalú and a bit of Barcelona (the beach), in case you hadn’t worked it out yet 😉

ps3: me and my sister started a blog dedicated only to film photography, if you want to check it out it’d be super cool.


Location: Barcelona (beach), Llac de Banyoles, Besalú.

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A Dove Couple

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Everyday for the last three months or so, a couple of collared doves come to my balcony to feed themselves. They do it in little containers filled with breadcrumbs and water, respectively, located on the railing of the balcony. When they are done with the drinking and eating, they go back to the trees to sleep, clean themselves or stay by each other side. Yesterday I decided I could take pictures of this adorable couple, so here you have. I personally think they are both really photogenic, don’t you?

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Location: Poble Sec (Barcelona).

 

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A Golden Post

I absolutely love sunsets, especially when the sun hasn’t hide at all and the light is warm golden. I’m obsessed with the way landscapes, objects or people look when they are bathed with the last sunlight of the day. Here you have some pictures we took on an August afternoon in La Selva del Camp. (by the way, all the pictures in which I appear are shot by my sister Marina)

 

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Location: La Selva del Camp (Tarragona)

On the pictures: Judit, me.

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(by Marina)

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A Blue Post

From Monday to Thursday I have been staying at a friend’s house in Llançà, a nice village on the north-east of Catalonia, very close to France. All we’ve done during these days has been going to the beach, playing board games and struggling with wifi. We went to three different beaches: platja Grifeu, platja del Port and la Gola. Because it is a coastal town, most of the pictures that I took have all blue tonalities, that’s why the name of the post. As always, non of the images are edited, so enjoy the beautiful landscape and natural treasure that is Llançà.

 

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Location: Llançà, (Costa Brava).

 

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An Early Morning

I am done with all the exams, YAY! I’m so so happy, I can’t believe it’s all finally over…

On Friday, the day after we finished the exams, I went to Cambrils with some friends. We stayed there for three days and it was very cool. We all relaxed and chilled and enjoyed these days very much. On Sunday, the last day, we woke up at 5:45 a.m. to go and see the sunrise from the beach. It was super beautiful, and it was definitely worth sleeping five hours and walking 30 minutes in the morning.

 

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Location: Cambrils (Tarragona)

On the pictures: Clara, Giselle, Medea, Sara.

 

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A Family Lunch

Last Saturday me and my family celebrated my uncle’s birthday. We went to a beautiful rented house in Peratallada, a tiny Catalan village in L’Empordà. The place was huge! There was a green field with some trees and a fenced pond and, because the weather was very hot and sunny, we had lunch outside. Then it was presents time. We gave my uncle, among other gifts, a homemade Memory game with pictures of my family and anything related to my uncle’s life. After that, some of my cousins played football, but I preferred to relax and take pictures. We left the house near 8 p.m. and saw the sun (from the car) setting among the clouds and the mountains. We all enjoyed the day very much and I really needed a day in the nature.


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Location: Peratallada, (Girona).

On the pictures: my family.

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(by Marina)

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A Pale Madrid

Madrid is such a crowded and stressful city, at least that is what it looked like to me. I’ve only been there for three days, so I couldn’t see all of the city.

But I could realise that its buildings are beautiful. Most of them are white, and together with the cold weather of March and the leafless trees, it all made a pretty pale landscape. You can tell from the pictures.

I think what I enjoyed the most is the Retiro park. It is huge, gorgeous and a great place to hang out or chill out.

 

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Location: Madrid (Spain)

 

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