Barcelona gallery added

Stained glass ambulatory of Sagrada Família

It was May of last year when Jon and I set off on our around-the-world journey to Barcelona, Paris, and Bangkok.  While I continue to work editing the gigabytes of photos I brought home, I’m happy, finally, to be able to share some of them with you!  I’ve just uploaded a gallery of photos featuring my take on Barcelona’s unique architecture that I hope you’ll like.  In addition to the distinctive structures, we also enjoyed Barcelona’s cuisine and were fortunate enough to be able to dine at the famed Adrià brothers’ Tickets restaurant.  Pictures from that incredible experience will appear soon in a separate gallery.  Watch for photos from Paris and Bangkok to follow in the coming months.

Let me know what you think of the Barcelona gallery in the comments below.  And if you’ve got your own photos of Barcelona, send me a link.  I’d love to see them!

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  1. Mandy says:

    Hey Jason, thanks for sharing your pictures of Barcelona! They were forwarded to me because I’m in the process of planning a trip to Spain. I really like ones of Sagrada Familia, LOVED the ones of the tables and chairs by the water and by the beach! But what’s fascinating is how quiet and empty you portray this super urban metropolis! Thanks again!

    1. Jason says:

      Thanks, Mandy! I guess I was so fascinated with the architecture that I managed to neglect the people!

      Best of luck in your trip planning. Have an awesome time in Spain!

  2. VIv Chan says:

    very interesting site, thank you

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