More paths to discover starting at Francesca’s FuoriBorgo
by the port in Málaga Saturday morning. I really like the red leaves, especially when a few rays of sun reach them through the palm trees.
And I had time to play with low shutter speed and motion blur. It could be addictive.
So Saturday I was on the Scott Kelby World Wide Photowalk. Together with twenty something other people in Benalmádena on the Costa del Sol. We spread out in smaller groups and the group I was in headed for the skatepark.
So most of my pics were of these guys who didn’t seem to mind us shooting them.
Oh, and the big image, the collage on the previous tab, is made with PicMonkey, a very cool and so easy to use online photo editor.
Just a few more impressions from el Alhambra and its gardens. From my previous post I learned that the pretty pink (and orange in the background) flowers are called zineas. There was like a whole carpet of them. We got to Alhambra too late in the afternoon the get tickets to enter the palace as only a restricted number of persons are allowed in every morning and afternoon. Anyway, the gardens alone are worth the visit.
Enjoy your weekend.
from the gardens in the Alhambra. A beautiful place in Granada, a few hours drive from my place and perfect to bring visitors who are interested in gardens, archictecture or history e.g.
Sorry about this unplanned break, but visits from family kept me occupied elsewhere.
This is a cornerview post. More impressions starting at Francesca’s FuoriBorgo.
Whenever in Málaga I usually take a walk through el Parque de Málaga. It’s very tranquil and shady and with a lot of beautiful flowers.
In June it was the blooming purple acanthus that attracted my eye. A few weeks back it was the purple color of these people’s t-shirts and of my daughter’s dress.
More corner views about flora starting at Francescas FuoriBorgo.