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    Posted: 24 November 2012 at 11:33
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Hi, this year I have visit Barcelona at Spain.
Have made a lot of shots here.
I will started up with showing some photo's from the Torre Agbar. Hope you will enjoy it?

I would be happy to see also photo's from other members of this great city!
Regards,
Hans Brinkel (Netherlands)

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I like the 3d effect of #5, how the people seem to clearly separated from the building in the bacground. Nice shots.
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Park Guell by Catalan architect Gaudi. All with A99 (10 MP mode) and SAL16-50F2.8SSM.

1: The entrance gate:


2: Lamp at the entrance:


3: The fountain:


4: The columns that support the main square:


5: The ceiling mosaic:


6: The ceiling mosaic:


7: The ceiling mosaic:


8: The gallery, also under the main square:


9: Main square, looking down at Segrada Familia Cathedral (under construction since 1882)


10: The entrance buildings (Hansel and Gretel style isnít it?)

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Gaudi was a remarkable architect.. it shows clearly. Do you have a lower vp of the scene in #10? TFS
 



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Originally posted by MichelvA MichelvA wrote:

Gaudi was a remarkable architect.. it shows clearly. Do you have a lower vp of the scene in #10? TFS


A lower viewpoint for #10 would be from the steps where the statue of the salamander is, which is where the large crowds gather. This is also the reason why I didn't take the salamander shot that everyone seems to be after. So the answer is no.

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I spent a nice weekend there last weekend. To start with here are some pictures of the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, perhaps Barcelona's most famous landmark.

All taken with A77II and DT 16-80mm F3.5-4.5 ZA

This is the 'Nativity' facade and was the first of the three to be completed:

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And the interior is truly breathtaking. I hadn't visited in about 8 years and I was impressed with the remarkable progress in the intervening years.


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The light of the sunshine through the stained glass windows


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Sagrada Familia, a very impressive building. Given the time, could look at/in it for hours.


Detail at the east facade


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Have tons of pics of this wonderful city and it's really hard to choose which ones to post:

1. Placa de Catalunya:



2. Port de Barcelona:



3. Magic fountain of Montejuic:



4. One famous one:

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