Photo Friday: Where In Spain Is This?
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By Nancy Todd Roy Lictenstein has his wacky, in your face, sculpture in many countries in the world. He was one of the kings of Pop Art during the sixties playing it big in...
I can see different moods of a city by standing on a bridge. Photo Friday on The Scoop takes you another bridge that is a high contrast to the rich history of the city where this bridge raises it’s bright red facade to the sky. Where in Spain is this?
Circles ingeniously form the structure of this bridge in Southern Spain. I have walked this bridge many times and it is a beauty at night. Lovelocks are clipped on by the thousands signifying a couples unending love. They throw the key into the river to pledge their love for eternity
The Photo Friday bridge theme on The Spain Scoop continues. This bridge is a very short bridge, but what a great view. The river, once roaring, has turned into a trickle. The river supplied the city in this arid land with crops, palm trees, and bougainvillea. It is discreet and a charmer.
I love a bridge. Short, long, made of stone, bricks, steel. Bridges unite, connect community, and give one a totally different perspective. November’s Photo Friday is all about bridges. This bridge is amazing. Designed by Spain’s famous architect, Santiago Calatrava, it’s a pedestrian only bridge
By Nancy Todd For the month of July, The Scoop is having you guess museums in Spain. This one has been designed by the world famous architect, Frank Gehry. When I went to the...
Frank Gehry does it again. Controversial as he is, I resonate with anyone that thinks out of the box.