Most of the visitors arriving in Spain visit the coasts and Madrid. Not as many people travel around the region of Castile. Being the historic heartland of the Spanish kingdom though the regions of Castile and Leon have a lot to offer. The town of Salamanca for example has the oldest university of Spain and is one of the oldest in the world (picture 1, 3). Burgos was one of the first capitals of the kingdom and is still a pretty impressive town with a grandiose cathedral (picture 2, 4). The city of Avila is pretty interesting because of its completely intact medieval city wall (last picture). All of these towns have beautiful churches and exquisite cuisine. Also the region is pretty compact, you do not travel more than two or three ours to the next larger city.
The city of Tarnów is situated in the south of Poland. Before WWI this part of the country belonged to the Austro-Hungarian empire, so the town shares many architectural features with other places in the region like a large square and pretty baroque houses.
Mallorca is well known as a tourist hotspot in the Mediterranean. But coming to the island in the middle of April right before the tourist season it turns out to be a surprisingly calm place with a lot to discover and to see at fairly nice temperatures. Some impressions from 2019.
Pictures in sequence: Brooklyn Bridge, Flatiron Building, United Nations Headquarters, View of Manhattan with One World Tower, Empire State Building at Sunset, View of Statue of Liberty at Sunset, St. Patricks Cathedral
Shot in April and May 2018
In New York City clouds and skies are a mere reflection on the glasses of modernity built by men. Geometric structures seem to triumph over nature, there is little space for green. Sure there is central park, the lung of New York, but even from there a background of glass and steel arises over the horizon and the skyscraper seem to compete for the clouds.
Photographed in March and April of 2018.
Shot in New York City in April 2018.