For this week’s challenge I have 2 photos of the Sagrada Família, the famous unfinished basilica in Barcelona, Spain.
The first photo is from 2006, when I visited Barcelona for the first time.
The second photo is from 2012, the second time I visited Barcelona.
More entries of this week’s challenge, can be found here.
This week’s challenge was a difficult one to find a suitable photo.
I choose this picture of the zigzagging pattern at one of the walls in Casa de Pilatos in Sevilla, Spain.
Here you can find more entries for this challenge
This week’s subject for the photo challenge is ‘contrasts’.
I have selected two photos this week, which I have made last year in the Mezquita de Córdoba (Andalusia, Spain).
This is a medieval Islamic mosque that was converted into a Roman Catholic Christian cathedral. The cathedral has been build in the middle of the mosque and you can still see a very big part of both the cathedral and the original mosque. I really loved this building, because of the contrast between the two cultures and the type of buildings.
This picture is taken at Calle de Alvarez Gato, Madrid – Spain
This picture is taken in one of the streets close to Calle Mayor, Madrid – Spain
This picture is taken at Calle del Conde, Madrid – Spain
This picture is taken in one of the streets close to Plaza Santa Ana, Madrid – Spain