and its shadows.
Life sometimes seems to go on a high speed, just like this photograph of a big wheel…
Randomly random, photographing stuff I discover with no connection whatsoever.
Some years ago I went to Palma de Majorca for a few days, I enjoyed a lot that trip, but the thing I loved the most was an old train that covers the distance between Palma and a beautiful village called Sóller.
At some point the train goes through Alfàbia Mountains (part of the famous Tramontana Mountains), and after a few minutes of darkness you get to see a wonderful view the lookout Pujol de’n Banya:
To finish the journey in the beautiful Sóller, where you can also take the old tram to get to the beach.
The first time I went to London (November 2016), we got lost searching I don’t even remember what…
It was a cold afternoon, with that drizzle so uncomfortable, we were tired of walking and just wanted to get to whatever spot we were visiting… but then, all of a sudden, this view:
So maybe it’s not that bad to get lost sometimes…
There’s something in blurry photographs that I just love.
I can’t say why, though.
Well, well, well… a new year, uh?
2018 has been a pretty good year… I’ve travelled to new places (some because of work, but still), had a great time with my family and friends, moved out and finally got to live in Madrid.
Each 1st January I think I haven’t done much … but I just have to look at my Paperblanks’ planner to see that maybe that’s not entirely true. Sure, it can be improved, let’s see what 2019 is going to reveal.
I hope 2019 will bring good stuff and great memories (against my feeling right now that this new year is going to be a shit year… maybe is it because I haven’t recover from my endless cold?)
Anyway, as one of my favourite Harry Potter characters said: “Anything is possible if you have enough nerve”.
And of course, I’ll continue to be as messy as always!! (and unable to focus the camera with my left hand…)