And reflection from a vintage shop in Madrid.
A messy desk usually means a really messy mind. I don’t care, I love being messy (even if sometimes I drive myself crazy)
The feeling of peeking through time, to a different era.
When my train reaches Berlin, will you be waiting on the platform of the station for me? Will you be willing to forgive and forget all the silly mistakes I made?
I imagine your slender figure, your face standing out of the many impatient faces on the platform, your awkward smile on your lips trying to restraint your feelings, the crazy hair and that fixed gaze of yours.
When the sun is setting, the city has something ghostly in the emptiness of its streets.
It was her favourite spot in the house, that little corner with all her memories framed, the white sofa, light entering through the curtains, and that big cozy blanket, always ready to accompany her with a steaming cup of tea.
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Good coffee, cozy feeling, black and white photography, rainy days, travelling. All in one photograph.
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In black and white.
LC-A + Rollei RPX 400 (+bad scanning with my phone)
El Rastro is the most famous flea market of Madrid, where you can find the most common things among the most incredible and curious.
Besides the promise of great photographs, the history of the market is quite interesting: its name, rastro, came from the old days where in here there were the tanneries, so the trace (rastro) of the blood came down the street. The main street is Ribera de Curtidores (lit. Tanners bank) but the adjacent streets are reserved for specific objects: art, books, stickers… It’s the perfect place to spend a Sunday morning, and after all the looking, the haggling and the curiosities, what a better plan to go La Latina to have a cold beer (or two)
Una, dos y tres. Una, dos y tres.Patxi Andión
Lo que usted no quiera, para El Rastro es.
*LC-A + Kentmere 400