1/250th at F5, ISO 3200 (35mm).
Congratulations to Lucy for winning the hands contest started a few weeks ago. I'm very happy she won since she's been around since nearly the beginning of this blog.
The correct answer was 100 hands on the dot (that I could make out). Lucy guessed 102.
1/55th at F16, ISO 200 (35mm).
Before you judge me for this one, know that my wife was right next to me and said, 'Did you get that!?!'
The most amazing place that I have ever been in my life. I'll let the pictures do the talking, but you can click here to read more about Antoni Gaudi's famous church. Construction was started in 1882 and it is slated to be finished in 2026, 100 years after the architect's death.
1/125th at 7.1, ISO 1600 (35mm).
Had the pleasure of seeing a 10pm Barcelona game. They start a lot later in Spain than we do.
Anyway, I thought this was a good match for the previous victorious hands photo.
Going to end the hands contest on Friday. Last chance to win a free print.
1/320th at F11, ISO 200 (35mm).
I'm back and half asleep (or actually wide awake at 6am). So we'll be back with more regular photos from now on and we'll finish up the contest in the next week.
Taking a Barcelona architecture tour and seeing many Gaudi structures, including Casa Milà (above) and La Sagrada Família was definitely the highlight. I'll have more on them soon.