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A view from Circulo de bellas artes terrace in Madrid.

It’s a place I’ve never been before, until recently, in a visit I did as a tourist. Once you go abroad, you look back at familiar places in a completely different way. The blue sky and golden light in the sunset was amazing. A bit of air pollution typical in a big city is visible, in the horizon, giving those dirty orange colours. What other places have you visited after years and found somehow different?

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  1. March 14, 2013

    Great light. Since you say in your about me page that you are learning photography, I hope you don’t take this the wrong way. There is a huge amount of empty space on the top of the image that I would get rid of unless you are trying to publish for a magazine cover (this may be what you were doing). In any case I look forward to seeing more of Madrid through your eyes.

    • casagan #
      March 14, 2013

      Thanks for your feedback. Yes, I’m also aware of that big blue sky but its a thing i dont see too often here in the UK. Jokes aside, I didnt thought about the magazine cover… 😉

  2. paulscribbles #
    April 6, 2013

    Beautiful natural lighting.

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