Chinatown

In the autumn of 2016 I went to Liverpool, it sounded like a nice destination, although I didn’t know anything of it (just a few guys that made quite good music… )

But in the end I loved the city, its industrial feeling with brick buildings, small museums and its port. Even though I almost had a heart attack when I dropped my camera (and it even bounced!!)

Anyway, it was a trip that I took on the spur of the moment, thinking of it with no special meaning … but it was outstanding, a city I recommend without doubt.

Liverpool has a lot to offer, with different faces, like this one of Chinatown, with the iconic brick houses mixed with the Chinese writing.

By the way, revising the photographs I took (here a few), I just remembered how much I miss my Polaroid Impulse Portrait, maybe it’s time to take her out to (and) have fun.

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City lights

These lights were (almost) the very first landscape I saw when I went to Tokyo. They were taken from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (東京都庁, Tōkyō Tochō) in Shinjuku.

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Oh I miss Tokyo so much.

When in doubt, go to de library

Many people dream about big houses, great cars, awesome dressing rooms… But not me. Ever since I watched Disney’s “Belle and the Beast” my dream has been having a library of my own, a room just for the pleasure of the mind, with a comfy wing chair (upholstered in tweed, of course), maybe an old table and of course endless shelves with so many books I’d need several lives to read them all.

But for now, until my dream can come true (it will), I love to visit libraries, especially old ones just as this one: the Library of Trinity College Dublin.

Tabacalera

Shadows. Shadows that deceive your eyes, your mind, your judgement. Did I see something or it was just my imagination? What was that noise? Maybe just the wind. Or maybe the breath of something hidden in the walls of the building.

Room at exhibit “Guía Nocturna de Museos. Fernando Maquieira” – Tabacalera

Room at exhibit “Guía Nocturna de Museos. Fernando Maquieira” – Tabacalera

The sound of a drop falling eternally on the sink (at Tabacalera)

Is anybody home?

Solitude (photograph at the exhibit: “Susy Gómez. El baile de la vida” – Tabacalera)

Solitude (photograph at the exhibit: “Susy Gómez. El baile de la vida” – Tabacalera)