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The pink door on Captiva Island

The pink door on Captiva Island

Architecture does not only mean important and emblematic works. The fact is that we can find a building that catches our attention in any corner. Therefore, while I am preparing the next post -in which I will show you one of the most famous works of modern...

Finding Bighorn Sheep in Yellowstone

Finding Bighorn Sheep in Yellowstone

As man can't live on Architecture alone (and neither do I...), today we open the new section 'Architecture Break'. Do not panic! I will not switch sides 😉 It will be a place where I will post pictures from time to time. Pictures of which I don't have much to say, but...

Chicago from the air

Chicago from the air

This is not one of my best pictures of Chicago, but it is the last one I took last summer. And when I see it, I wonder: Who doesn't like sitting near the window in an airplane? This is the only way to enjoy these amazing views, and if you have your camera, you can...

Portland Head Light, the oldest lighthouse in Maine

Portland Head Light, the oldest lighthouse in Maine

Lighthouse lovers have a place of pilgrimage: the State of Maine. There are more than 60 of this idillic buildings in the state. The oldest one is the Portland Head Light, which history started more than 200 years ago in the Town of Cape Elisabeth. This is a must see...

Saint-Ursanne, a medieval village in Switzerland

Saint-Ursanne, a medieval village in Switzerland

Saint-Ursanne is an old village that does not seem real, but being out of a medieval fairy tale. Having only a small main street and less than 800 inhabitants, we decided to spend some hours there in our way to La Chaux-de-Fonds. Discovering Saint-Ursanne It is said...

Society Hill, a charming neighborhood in Philadelphia

Society Hill, a charming neighborhood in Philadelphia

Philadelphia has a lot of beautiful places to visit, and Society Hill is one of them. In our getaway to the city, we explored its streets, walked on the brick sidewalks and enjoyed its colonial architecture. Fun facts Society Hill is one of the oldest residential...

Cherry Blossom in Central Park, a wonderful burst of color!

Cherry Blossom in Central Park, a wonderful burst of color!

This is one of the most beautiful times of the year in the city. New York fills up with color thanks to the striking cherry blossom. To celebrate this Japanese tradition, there are festivals in different neighborhoods, so it is the perfect moment to enjoy outdoors....

New York, the overwhelming city of chaos

New York, the overwhelming city of chaos

'Cities' Series Did you know that New York was the most photographed city on social media in 2016? Thus, I had to end up my first series of cities with the Big Apple and the famous Flatiron Building. These three cities have played an important role in my life -for...

Sunset in Chicago, the city that let me fly

Sunset in Chicago, the city that let me fly

From the very top of the Willis Tower in Chicago, it is possible to enjoy one of the most spectacular sunsets that I have ever seen. Even if you are surrounded by dozens of people, visiting the Skydeck on a clear day is an unforgettable experience. Not only because of...

Forum Building Barcelona, by Herzog & de Meuron

Forum Building Barcelona, by Herzog & de Meuron

The first pic of this section had to be from Barcelona. I miss a lot of things from this wonderful city, and my walks in the Forum are among them. Drawing the buildings in the surroundings, taking pictures of the pergolas, walking through the park, enjoying parties...