My Father´s Visit: Photos

 

 We´ve already heard what my dad had to say about his stay in Spain last month. Now it´s my turn. So here are a few photos I took of our trips to the ocean, the mountains, and everywhere in between (well, Arcos…).

 

Pepe, the owner of my building (and quite a character) and Herb on Pepe´s balcony

Pepe, the owner of my building (and quite a character) and Herb on Pepe´s balcony

 

Pepe, lover of ham and wine, invites us over for a snack

Pepe, lover of ham and wine, invites us over for a snack

 

Settling in for a day at the beach, Conil de la Frontera

Settling in for a day at the beach, Conil de la Frontera

 

Fishing lines on the beach, Conil de la Frontera

Fishing lines on the beach, Conil de la Frontera

 

Fishing line, ball, and paraglider

Fishing line, ball, and paragliders

 

 

Esme and I in Conil (Photo courtesy of Herb Brody)

Esme and I in Conil (Photo courtesy of Herb Brody)

 

My dad testing the waters in Conil

My dad testing the waters in Conil

 

 

Children playing in the water, Conil

Children playing in the water, Conil

 

A typical street in Grazalema, in the Sierra de Cádiz

A typical street in Grazalema, in the Sierra de Cádiz

 

Grazalema

Grazalema

 

Looking out over the countryside of Ronda, in the province of Málaga

Looking out over the countryside of Ronda, in the province of Málaga

 

Shadow of Ronda´s incredibly tall stone bridge, spanning the river gorge

Shadow of Ronda´s incredibly tall stone bridge, spanning the river gorge

 

Looking hundreds of feet down into Ronda´s gorge

Looking hundreds of feet down into Ronda´s gorge

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~ by lincolnbrody on April 22, 2009.

2 Responses to “My Father´s Visit: Photos”

  1. Lincoln, your photos are absolutely stunning! You always took wonderful pictures, but you’ve really developed a clear and distinctive perspective. It looks like Spain is treating you well 🙂

  2. maybe this is true of any depiction of two people standing side by side, but the pic of your pops and pepe seems like a great take on American Gothic… with possibly more romantic tension than the original painting.

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