January 2018

I made my way to Barcelona, Spain this month where I will reside for the semester! I’ve already done and seen so much of the city and other parts of Europe; my camera and I have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. (If you’re curious about what I’m doing and how I’m doing, I upload vlogs here!) Can’t wait to show off more of my trip in future posts.

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City views (Jan. 12) (edited)
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La Sagrada Familia is a beautiful building, inside and out.

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Shot during my digital photography class (Jan. 17) (edited)
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The Salvador Dalí museum is an incredible place, I loved it! (Jan. 20) (edited)

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“The Bunkers” in Barcelona has unbeatable views of the city (Jan. 23) (edited).
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I visited the Roman-era part of Barcelona with stones and structures from as early as the 4th century (Jan. 25) (edited)
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3 thoughts on “January 2018

  1. WOW-what a wonderful collection of photographs this month!! There are just no structures like those here in the States. I especially love the shots from the “Bunker”, La Segrada Familia and the Roman-era (seriously?). SO COOL. And the 4th picture from the bottom-it looks like the window contains a reflection of terraces from a facing building-is that correct? So delighted you are having this experience….

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  2. Kathryn, the pictures are absolutely breathtaking. I know you are having a fabulous time and we are so happy for you. Enjoy that new culture. Love you, Mimi & Granddaddy

    Sent from my iPad

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