Updates about my photographs and travels.

Peñíscola, Castellón

Peñíscola is a fortified town in the North end of the province of Castellón, Spain, joined to the mainland just by a strip of land (hence its name, an evolution on the Latin peninsula). Home to some film productions in the 50s, it has regained some international exposure thanks to Game of Thrones (Peñíscola served as location for Meereen in the sixth season of the series).

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Old Havana, Cuba

Business trips allow you to visit places you had on your wish list, but unfortunately not always with enough time to plan anything in advance or to enjoy them the way they deserve. This was the case with my first trip to Cuba. At least I got the chance to spend a day strolling through the narrow streets of Old Havana, to enjoy its food and to get a glimpse of what it is today, of what it could have been…

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Ribeira Sacra, Galicia

The River Sil acts as a natural border between the provinces of Ourense and Lugo in the Ribeira Sacra region in Galicia, Spain. Although the last kilometres before the Sil flows into the River Miño might be better known for the wines (Mencía, Albariño and Godello) produced from the vineyards on the steep slopes (bancadas) of its narrow valleys and deep canyons, there are close to twenty monasteries in the area worth visiting, hence the name (Sacred Riverbank) of the area.

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Dresden in 20 photographs

Dresden, capital of Saxony in Germany. For most people, a cultural and artistic jewel by the river Elbe. For me, the city that witnessed my last days as a student. A city that still evokes very fond memories, unfortunately most of them not preserved in images. Now, almost a decade after my previous visit, just a small tribute to some of the places and moments that caught my eye during my last encounter with it this Summer.

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