Puigcerda


Went to ski two weeks ago during easter holidays, the first day we made some rural tourism in Puigcerda, Cerdanya Spain, we cross the border to France and finished in Andorra.

I took several photos with my fisheye film camara.

Lunch in Puigcerda+ a unkown picture overposed

Stopped for a quick lunch in the sun, we’re supposed to ski the next day but it was as hot as summer there! we weren’t lucky enough!

Deformmed homes

Losing around Puigcerda!

typical rocky street

I can do two things in one!

Getting to France

los arboles se comen las montañas

After some miles of round in the road that was the fardest way he get of France! We just turn and continue, direction: Andorra.

parking

BERTA DEVANT

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El Cairo


I was travelling a while last february strating from Greece and finishing in Egypt.

Maybe is the fact that the city is in the middle of the desert, maybe is their culture or their food, i don’t know it exactly but I really enjoyed! It was such an amazing landscape.

Here are some of the pictures I took, more in no time.

The texture of the dessert

Fallen

I found this amazing fallen tree in the middle of the street. I just felt in love with its colour.

Can you see the pyramids?

I went to Egypt 4 years ago with my dads and I remembered that the pyramids of Gizeh werw in the middle of the desert, but now the city has almost eaten them. I found it so amazing that I wasn’t even able to see the three pyramids in the horizon.

Ancient

Found this amazing tree next to our hotel, it was standing in a round in the middle of the road and I just wasn’t able to took my eyes off it. It has so much magic and power!

Camel

Found this amazing camel near the Gizeh pyramids, he was so cool!

While Guille was walking around and looking at some craves I just sit near him and took photos.  The best it was that he started to look at me and say things in some amazing faces!

textures

Trying to capture the texture of the pyramids!

Niebla

I woke up our last morning and found this amazing view getting to the airport!

Comments as always accepted!

BERTA DEVANT