Posts Tagged: Cordoba

One / 63

Thought we could do with a reminder of summer sun, here in the Northern Hemisphere…. Here’s a bit of Spanish sun, from  a trip to Cordoba in Andalucia. Advertisements

One / 63

Thought we could do with a reminder of summer sun, here in the Northern Hemisphere…. Here’s a bit of Spanish sun, from  a trip to Cordoba in Andalucia.

One / 61 : Calm

The atrium of an hotel in Cordoba – all lush greenery and a calming place to sit: Linked to Thursday’s Special: Calm

One / 61 : Calm

The atrium of an hotel in Cordoba – all lush greenery and a calming place to sit: Linked to Thursday’s Special: Calm

One / 60

Noticed this girl tidying her hair so the boyfriend could take her photograph against one of the doors of the Mezquita in Cordoba….so of course I snatched a shot!

One / 60

Noticed this girl tidying her hair so the boyfriend could take her photograph against one of the doors of the Mezquita in Cordoba….so of course I snatched a shot!

One / 57

Still more to show…but just imagine, I might have nothing left to post soon….. I liked the relatively limited colour palette and clean lines of this shot, one of my favourites of the ‘One’ series. Spotted in the Judeira of

One / 57

Still more to show…but just imagine, I might have nothing left to post soon….. I liked the relatively limited colour palette and clean lines of this shot, one of my favourites of the ‘One’ series. Spotted in the Judeira of

One / 54 (in the early morning light)

The early morning light in Cordoba was lovely, and here’s an image I captured on one of my wanders…

One / 54 (in the early morning light)

The early morning light in Cordoba was lovely, and here’s an image I captured on one of my wanders…

Cordoba part 1 – Mezquita

The great Mosque of Cordoba, the 10th Century Mezquita, is quite something to see. It was formerly the principal mosque of Western Islam and is the city’s outstanding monument, built at a time when Cordoba was at its height as

Cordoba part 1 – Mezquita

The great Mosque of Cordoba, the 10th Century Mezquita, is quite something to see. It was formerly the principal mosque of Western Islam and is the city’s outstanding monument, built at a time when Cordoba was at its height as