The La Guineueta neighborhood is famous for its park, one of the biggest of Barcelona, and for its amazing sculptures some of which I have decided to combine in this photopainting.
This week’s photopainting symbolizes the looming presence of plastic in our lives, especially what happens to that material once its “useful” life is over.
Guess where I took that picture? I will give you a tip: it is a must-see place in the La Barceloneta neighborhood.
In our daily routine we sometimes come across true works of art. Here I got a glimpse of what this place looked like through the transparent sheet serving as a makeshift door.
The mirror ceiling of the Mercat dels Encants is an endless source of inspiration. It comes to life on market days with ever changing shapes, colors and movements.
The Barcelona – La Sagrera train station will be the biggest rail infrastructure of Catalonia. This gigantic project will be ready soon.
I cannot fathom why there are so many hairdresser and barber parlors in Barcelona. Here is one located in the Avinyó street, in the Barri Gòtic. This picture reminds me of Norman Rockwell, what do you say?
There is nothing better than resting for a while on the beach to perk up again, like here in Badalona.
In one of the construction sites of the Pere IV Street, I came across this statue-like torso in the manner of de Chirico.