Washington Monument

We are not living in Orlando anymore. We are on the way to relocating to New York City, but in the process the family has been touring temporarily at Maryland, close to Washington DC. Some nights ago we were visiting the monuments in the National Mall. The obelisk looks bigger in person than in the… Continue reading Washington Monument

Board in red

Asturias again. I have a lot of images waiting for post processing, but I have been immersed in some important changes for my family's future, changes that are going to offer a new scope to my photography passion for sure. But, I can't say anything more. However, tonight - revisiting my catalog of raw pictures -… Continue reading Board in red

Streets of Asturias (Part two)

Cities for walking, that was my definitive impression about Oviedo, Llanes, Avilés, Gijón, in Asturias. I felt enchanted by those scenarios, well prepared for human activity and pleasure. There was a cafe here, a beautiful square over there; a small restaurant in a corner, one sculpture beyond, and surrounding everything, windows, doors, stone walls, from… Continue reading Streets of Asturias (Part two)

A lighthouse at the Sunset (Cabo de Peñas)

That evening the golden light caught us at the northernmost point of Spain: Cabo de Peñas. Slowly, the blue sky was giving way to more reddish hues, almost tinting the air. I saw the lighthouse, and the big house, surrounded by a dry, rare mulch. Vigilant, the tower was in a silent contemplative pose in… Continue reading A lighthouse at the Sunset (Cabo de Peñas)