Thursday, March 31, 2005


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A field of sunflowers carpet the Spanish countryside.

Andalucia is to Spain what Bavaria is to Germany. Here, a whitewashed town spills down a hill.

Andalucia, Spain.

Andalucia, Spain.

Plaza de Espana, Seville

Formerly a Moorish minaret, Sevilla's Giralda Tower rises above the third largest cathedral in the world and the final resting place of Christopher Columbus.

Detail of the Giralda Tower, Sevilla Cathedral.

Candles found along a bridge in Cordoba, Spain.

A Christian angel appears to watch over the Islamic Mezquita mosque, Cordoba, Spain.

The Mezquita mosque in Cordoba, Spain. The third largest mosque in the world, Mezquita was the gem of the ancient Islamic empire when Cordoba was her capital. The city was the largest, most prosperous city in Europe, awash in science, culture and the arts. The city's library was without equal in the world.

Mezquita tower, Cordoba.

Inside the rapturous Mezquita mosque, Cordoba.

Interior of the Mezquita mosque, Cordoba.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope you will forgive my language, but shit!

You are a phenomenal photographer. It´s almost enough to make me want to go throw my Canon in the way of a passing moto-taxi. Without the lens, of course. That baby was expensive!


4:23 PM  
Blogger Cherry said...

Your pictures are just breathtaking!!

12:53 PM  

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