Post Tagged with: "cityscape"

Back to New York

When my husband told me a few weeks ago that he had to go to New York for work I couldn’t resist the temptation to visit again the city. The first time I went there was two years ago and I didn’t have much idea of how to use my […]

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Sechseläuten, Zurich spring fest

The city of Zurich celebrated the Sechseläuten this past Monday. It is a traditional spring festival with medieval roots. The celebrations consist of a big parade in the city centre, where the Zünfte, or traditional guilds of Zurich, take part and the burning of the Böögg, a snowman that represents the […]

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First blog-anniversary!!

One year ago I published the first post in this blog. I was really nervous and excited. Nervous, because I’m very shy and it was a bit strange to share my photos with the whole world and in a language that isn’t my mother tongue… But it’s always exciting to share the photographs […]

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Summer in Spain. Madrid

I’ve always thought that Madrid is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been, and not only because I’m from there. It has all the things a capital should have: impressive architecture and beautiful buildings, broad avenues, parks and green everywhere… I’ve always liked to stroll through Madrid downtown, […]

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Summer in Spain. Cáceres

After almost one month of holidays in Spain, I’m back in Ireland. It’s been a wonderful month of heat, clear skies, beach, countryside, family, wonderfull food and calm. Just what I needed to face the new season in Ireland! I’ve been travelling a bit this month. One of my stops was […]

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Dublin’s summer visitor

Summer is coming. After a very short spring, the weather has finally improved a bit and the temperatures have risen suddenly in the last days. People has started to wear lighter clothes, the terraces and parks are full of people enjoying the sun… And the tall ships are coming again […]

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Sunrise at Dublin bay

Some time ago I saw a beautiful photograph of a big full moon rising behind the Poolbeg lighthouse in Dublin (I’ve already showed you some photographs of this lovely red lighthouse in Dublin, here during storm Henry, and here in another sunrise). I loved it and I started to think how a sunrise in […]

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Sunny Dublin

It seemed impossible, but spring is finally here in Dublin. Everything is green now, flowers have bloomed and the sun has showed up! At least for a few days… In days like these, one of my favourite short trips from Dublin is Howth. Howth is a small peninsula at the […]

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While the city sleeps

Founded in 1592 by Queen Elisabeth I, the Trinity College of Dublin is the oldest university of Ireland. The interior of the college has an impressive set of buildings dating from the 17th to the 20th century, cobbled squares and college greens and its most iconic landmark: the Campanille. I’ve usually visited […]

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