One of the theaters on Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes. On in this one right now: Leo Harlem and Dani Delacámara, comics
The things you can see in the sky…. As seen by Mandy.
Skywatch Friday, right here.
And one more early December sunrise, for Skywatch Friday. It kind of gladdens my mind to see this just before starting my working day at 8 AM.
… spent watching the sky. Well, this photo was taken last Tuesday from my office, around 7.50 AM, with my phone. Yet another magnificent December sunrise above the Torre Agbar.
You will want to see Skywatch Friday, wont you? It’s here.
The skyline, as seen from my office at around 7.45 AM. Getting a bit cold in the morning now, had to wear a light jacket for the first time since march.
Skywatch Friday, a wonderful meme. Check it out here.
The sky, one evening above the roofs of the square just behind your house.
This is for Skywatch Friday, as usual.
Something else. I came upon a website today, offering one of my photos to download. I don’t actually mind, except that they never asked. My photos, and yours as well, are protected by copyright.
So I wrote them. I haven’t received an answer yet. If they do not answer within a decent amount of time, and if they don’t remove my photo, I will name and shame them.
So, whoever you are, if you want to use one or several photos on this blog, please feel free. BUT PLEASE ASK ME BEFORE YOU DO IT!!! If you don’t, it’s a criminal offense, and I will need to take legal steps. This is my work of love, not yours!
Sundown over the big TV emitter in the Collserola Hills, near Tibidabo.
Yep, this is our entry for the weekly Skywatch Friday meme. Much more here.
And another SOOC, straight out of the camera, photo. The Plaza de Espana, late one evening, with the Barcelona Arena, former bullring turned into the latest shopping center in town.
Check out what my blogger mates did for Skywatch Friday!
I posted this photo on another blog a few days ago, but I love it so much that I just have to show it here!
The shoreline, almost all of it. This photo works best if seen as big as possible. Enjoy all the other photos on Skywatch Friday as well!
PS… I think this is the second ever B&W photo on this blog, as we usually go for something rather more colorful (see the last 730 or so posts). I am learning the art of B&W (and I love it!), so tell me what you think of it.