Barcelona: A Gaudi City

by jenjenk on March 17, 2013

Museums do not hold my interest for very long. Being trapped in building when I could be out running around town doesn’t excite me. Barcelona provided art in the form of parks & buildings created by Antonio Gaudi throughout the city – just what I was looking for! However, when I first saw some of Gaudi’s work in Barcelona, I found it to be a bit too bizarre and modern from what I was used to seeing in Europe. I appreciated the creativity and architectural brilliance used in his structures but I wasn’t drawn to it.

As I flipped through my photos from my trip, I noticed all the smaller details that I missed while I was there. Gaudi’s use of brilliant bursts of colors, geometric patterns were highlighted as I started editing my photos.  How could I have missed this while I was there? Perhaps I was so focused on the “bizarreness” of the visuals that I lost focus on the beauty of it.

Broken down into smaller bite sized sections rather than the overwhelming spectacle that was his creations really helped me to process what I saw through my camera.  Here are just a few snapshots from my trip!

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Jitendar Jolly April 10, 2013 at 12:42 pm

I’ve never been Barcelona before but have intention to visit their in life once time for sure. You just made me curious through sharing such amazing photographs of Barcelona’s various ancient structure’s and artworks. I’m pleased to learn about such amazing A Gaudi City. Thanks. :)

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