This week I just want to add this photopainting to a series I intend to use to create foulards.
Nature is everywhere in Barcelona with its tree-lined streets, its parks and gardens, as well as its “wilder” areas in the uphill neighborhoods, close to the Parc Natural de la Serra de Collserola.
The Jardí Botànic is the ideal place to see the first signs of spring in Barcelona. It is located in the Montjuïc hill, in the El Poble Sec neighborhood.
For food lovers, here is a photopainting of a chocolate shop I saw in the La Vila de Gràcia neighborhood.
Barcelona is quite far away from Japan, but I could not help thinking of the works of Hokusai while I worked on this photopainting.
Another magical place in Barcelona is the Parc del Laberint d’Horta, which is home to the oldest city garden. It is a place of peace and harmony where one can rest and hide away whatever the season.
Autumn, with its dimmed colors and cooler weather, is a couple of days away. It is an inspiring season for photographers and poets alike. I took this picture in the Sant Martí de Provençals neighborhood.
I took that picture awhile back in the Sarrià neighborhood. I like the way the colors came out after applying my special “Mexican” filter.
The Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, located in the El Fort Pienc neighborhood, is one of the few neoclassical buildings of Barcelona.