1. ENG - Barcelona (Spain) 

     

  2. ENG - Lake Bled in Slovenia (Blejsko Jezero) in December 2013

    Bled is one of the oldest and also, said to be, one of the most beautiful tourist spots of Slovenia. The lake sits at roughly 500 meters above sea level, on a plane, which was sculpted by a glacier in the pleistocene period. In the summer time, the surrounding area of the lake is filled with active tourists and wild life, vibrant nature color and serenity. All of that changes as winter weather sets in. The lake shows its other side as the hibernation state of the nature causes everything to slow down. Then, if the temepratures are not freezing, the whole area gets covered in a low, heavy, thick fog that brings a feeling of mysticism. The photographs were taken in late December 2013 with a Fujifilm Superia ISO200, 35mm film.

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  3. ENG - The Fearless Female And The Sea

    A woman is trying to go for a swim into the stormy, dangerously wild sea. The waves were making a thunder-like sound, very loud, very aggressive. However she did not continue with her suicidal venture, she ended up just standing there and staring at the furious waters. I guess courage really is a  resistance to fear, mastery of fear, but not absence of fear. The photograph was taken in October 2013 with a  Kodak BW400CN Professional ISO 400, 35mm film.

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  4. ENG - Treviso Sant’Angel Airpot in Italy (Aeroporto di Treviso - Sant’Angelo) in October 2013

    People are waiting for the gate to open at the new terminal, that is named after the famous neoclassical sculptor from Italy, Antonio Canova. Although the travellers are scattered in some way, the seated line that has the major density is beautifully complimenting the lines of the airport infrastructure. The Italian airports are usually particularly noisy, but this time the atmosphere was quite different. The ambient was very quiet and somehow monotone, probably due to the unfavourable weather and the late flight hour during the week. Like Canova’s work the feeling of the airport is stiller, poised with a pinch of modern melancholy. The photographs were taken in October 2013 with a  Kodak BW400CN Professional ISO 400, 35mm film.

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    ESP - Aeropuerto Treviso Sant’Angel en Italia (Aeroporto di Treviso - Sant’Angelo) en Octubre 2013

    La gente está esperando a la puerta para abrir en la nueva terminal, que lleva el nombre de famoso escultor neoclásico de Italia, Antonio Canova. Aunque los viajeros se encuentran dispersos de alguna manera, la línea, en la que las personas se sientan, que tiene la mayor densidad está bellamente complementado las líneas de la infraestructura aeroportuaria. Los aeropuertos italianos suelen ser particularmente ruidosos, pero esta vez el ambiente era muy diferente. Era muy tranquilo, y de alguna manera monótona, probablemente debido a las condiciones meteorológicas desfavorables y la hora tardía de vuelo durante la semana. Al igual que la obra de Canova, el sentimiento del aeropuerto es parado, en equilibrio con una pizca de melancolía moderna. Las fotografías fueron tomadas en octubre de 2013 con una película Kodak BW400CN Profesional ISO 400 de 35 mm.

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  5. ENG - Costa Brava (Platja d’Aro) in October 2013

    The Costa Brava covers Catalonia’s northren seaside area and owes its name to the steep and jagged landscape of its coastline, which includes imposing cliffs, secluded coves and a few sandy stretches. The unrivalled location, on the coast and near the main transport routes, the number of businesses, the variety of nightlife leisure opportunities and the quality of tourist facilities are just some of the main attractions of Platja d’Aro. All of these can be enjoyed all year long, and thus have made it to be one of the main destinations of the Costa Brava, and also one of the most popular of the whole of the Mediterranean.

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    ESP - Costa Brava (Platja d’Aro) en Octubre 2013

    La Costa Brava abre la zona norte de la costera de Catalunya y debe su nombre al empinado y áspero paisaje de la costa, que incluye majestuosos farallones, calas solitarias y unos pocos planos de arena. El sitio incomparable, en la costa y cerca de principales rutas de transporte, númerosas empresas, la variedad de oportunidades de ocio nocturno y la calidad de los servicios túristicos son solo unas de las atracciones principales de Platja d’Aro. Todas estas se puede disfrutar todo el año y así han hecho que sea uno de los principales destinos de la Costa Brava y también uno de los más populares de la totalidad del Mediterráneo.

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