Here’s some 5 random scenes from Barcelona. These photos have been taken with an unusual method, which will explain any distortion met.
The first image is a view from Park Quell in Barcelona, which is a famous park designed by Gaudi. It is located on a high hill but the hill in this picture is Tibidabo, and that is even more higher, some 512m. On Tibidabo there is a fun park and a church to experience in addition to the magnificent views over Barcelona.
The second image is the other end of the Barcelona beach, on a cloudy day with hardly any people. The third image is also from the same Barceloneta beach on the same cloudy day.
The fourth image captured people by the sea, near the harbour and the Maritime Museum.
The fifth and the last image is another view from Park Guell. It is the beautiful view facing the rooftops of the Barcelona city and the Mediterranean Sea.
I visited Barcelona twice within the past one year and had planned to blog you so much about it. Unfortunately I got puzzled by the recent tragic events in the Barcelona street Las Ramblas, and also by the big talk about Barcelona and Katalonia leaving Spain, that I really could not write nor paint about Barcelona anymore. That is for at least some time now.
But just in case you are plannin to travel to Barcelona yourself, do check all the short reviews I wrote for Barcelona in Tripadvisor from http://bit.ly/TripToBarcelona. There is, especially for the Indian kitchen lovers, a nice Indian restaurant recommendation by Indivue. That Indian restaurant might even be the spiciest restaurant in the whole of Barcelona!
There was also another good Indian restaurant in Barcelona. It can actually be even better than the previously mentioned one, but like I said, I might write about it later, so stay tuned.
Now let me introduce to you the digital painting inspired by Barcelona.
The hashtags below it will take you to instaimages from Barcelona and other art related issues. You might want to take a look at them as well.
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