Happy Holiday, my friends!
Thank you people!
I played with this cat in a park next to the Pardo Museum, Madrid. Recently the museuem launches a porject with Google Earth and uploaded some of it’s masterpieses online (The Prado in Google Earth). We can view Velazquee’s Las Meninas, Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights etc. from Google Earth with 14,000 million pixel! (~1,400 times more detailled than the image a 10 megapixel digital camera would take) I have tried, the quality of the paintings online is amazing (haha of course I still prefer to see them in the museum ) What are you waiting for?! Go and have a look!
I took this photo in the Museu Nacional de Etnologi, Lisboa.
Isn’t this fun?
Gaudi’s forever dream-the great Temple de la Sagrada Familia!
The rooftop of Gaudi’s Casa Mila! The smiling faces are actually chimneys.
I had a strong feeling of peace when I saw this bench in a park.
I love the contract here.
One of the photo I took for my postcard project.
The world is in pieces, but not one as long as violence against people by people are escalating.
I took this photo in a fast running train. Actually there is a nest on every tower I saw.
This palace is built to demonstrate the power of Charles V (it is right next to the Alhambra places complex, the former Muslim Palace, now the Alhambra Museum). It is a classic example of Italian Renaissance building outside Italy. I am always amazed by the integration of Muslimand Eurpoean architectural styles in Spain. Everything matches so perfectly. Although the Christian had conquered the Muslim land, we can still see the influence of the Muslim cultures.
Patio de los Leones (the Lion’s Fountain). Sadly the lions have moved to the Alhambra Museum, but you can still see the beauty of the Muslim palace courtyard.
I really like the green color in this photo.