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Dalí Theatre Museum – Travel Photos

Here are some of my favorite images from my latest trip to the Dalí Theatre Museum in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain. The museum itself consists of a series of spaces that continue to form a single object and also includes a number of permanent works created specifically for the museum. These works include sculptures, paintings and […]

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Aerial Photography – A Scenic Flight over Cerdanya and the Pyrenees

This past week, while in Cerdanya (a region of the eastern Pyrenees which is divided between France and Spain), I had the opportunity to head up in a small plane for a spectacular scenic look at the beautiful landscape of the Cadi mountain range and the Pyrenees. My flight from La Cerdanya Aerodrome took me […]

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Landscapes of the Costa Brava

Here are a few of the landscape photos that I took during the #inCostaBrava BlogTrip.

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A Walk Through the Girona Flower Festival

My recent visit to Girona happened to coincide with Girona’s Festival of Flowers, or the Temps de Flor. A tradition for over 50 years, the festival draws large numbers of visitors to Girona’s old city every May. During the festival, visitors to Girona will see (and smell) the flower theme throughout the city’s streets, courtyards […]

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Discovering Dali on the Costa Brava – Spain

On a trip that ranked very high on the “wow factor” scale, the highlights for me were related to Salvador Dali and his beloved wife Gala. Images of Dali’s colorful expressions and waxed mustache have always caught my attention. In fact, ever since I visited the Dali Museum in St Petersburg, Florida years ago, I’ve […]

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