Image depicting a selection of casks containing Rioja from the many famous Bodegas in the region around the town of Haro.
A mural disguising a building plot on the outskirts of Haro, Northern Spain. It shares the joy and impact that Rioja has on the communities in this area.
A large and dilapidated building on the outskirts of Haro, Northern Spain. I liked it for its simplicity and symmetry.
Mid day street scene in Haro, Northern Spain. Haro is the Rioja capital of Spain and the small alley ways in the town are punctuated with bars selling ponchos and Rioja and wine shops.
An image captured from inside the doors of the magnificent Santo Tomas Church in Haro, Spain. This main entrance to the church is the work of Felipe Vigarny and is of important architectural heritage.
Image captured from the beautiful village of Briones in the heart of Rioja Country, Spain.
A sign in Haro, Northern Spain enthusing about Rioja. Haro is the capital of Rioja country. I liked the Art Deco theme in this design.
Image captured from the charming village of Elciego, Basque Country in Northern Spain. The village is the home of the famous Marques de Riscal Bodegas and a hotel designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry.
An early evening image depicting the wall art adjacent to one side of the main plaza in Sahagun, Tierra de Campos district of Spain. The covered walkway is guarded by fading columns and houses tapas bars and small shops.
This Roman wall encircles the old town in Lugo, Northern Spain. The wall is around 3kms in circumference and very high in places. A footpath straddles the top of the whole circumference of the wall.
The impressive facade of one of the many Roman remains in the old part of Lugo, Northern Spain
Wall depicting Spanish names found in Sahagun, Northern Spain.
Image captured from the Roman Wall that surrounds the old part of Lugo in Northern Spain. The image gives context to the height of the wall in some parts of its’ circumference.
Looking from A Guarda across the Rio Mino to Caminho in Portugal. Long exposure shot showing the lights from Caminho reflecting in the river and the stars in the night sky.
A mural on the Harbour Wall in A Guarda, Spain. “Aguia Peixeira” means Osprey or Sea Eagle.
Abstract image of buildings adjacent to the fishing port in A Guarda, Galicia, Spain
Graffiti found in A Guarda, Spain behind the harbour. Galifornia as A Guarda is in Galicia!
A delapidated and deserted fishermans shack on the shores of the River Mino near Pasaxe, A Guarda, Spain
A beautiful white and yellow fronted church in Sahagun, a staging post on the St James Way - an ancient pilgrimage route.