Barcelona Twilight

barcelona-twilight

There’s an electricity along the  tree-lined pedestrian mall of La Rambla.  This vibrant  promenade cuts through the heart of Barcelona and is crowded until the wee hours of the morning.  ‘Looking-up’ helps to reduce the sensory overload and provides some of the more spectacular views of the city.

Green Lagoon of Lanzarote

Green Lagoon of Lanzarote

Lanzarote, Canary Islands
El Golfo and the Green Lagoon are among the most spectacular and bizarre landscape phenomenons I have ever experienced.  El Golfo is a volcanic crater flooded by seawater.  In the cove,  the sea water has become trapped in the form of a lake and turned a striking acidic green, due to the algae which lives there. The Green Lagoon contrasts with a black pebble beach and wind eroded cliffs and rock formations in the background.

 

Destination | Paris

A transatlantic crossing from Ft. Lauderdale to Barcelona was the first leg of our journey.  I really hope that you enjoy this video; these are images that made me smile and brought back memories of Malaga, a fast train speeding along the French countryside and the destination that was Paris.

A Travel Pictorial

I want to share my video memory-book with you.  I’ve ventured into video creation; pairing still photos with music (Alexander Blu’s Emptiness), to create a travel pictorial.  Images from France, Spain, Portugal and the US are included in this little montage.  I would love to hear your comments and feedback.  Thanks for watching!   -B

Bay of Cadiz – Low Tide on the Beach

This solitary beach on the Bay of Cadiz was home to countless boats anchored to the sand during low tide. They looked all at once forlorn and peaceful; waiting patiently, resting, until the next adventure at sea.
On another note, I’ve just launched a new website: www.fivefeetsquare.com.   I will be adding fine art images, available for purchase in a variety print and canvas sizes. I hope that you will stop by and enjoy perusing my new gallery.