A tiny Morocco in Granada

Här kommer en liten flashback från min resa till Granada för ett par år sedan. Känner att lite sol och varma färger kan liva upp min nuvarande förkyldning. 
 
A little throw back to my days in Granada visiting my friend Adrian who is from there and that lived there then. Now he lives in London and I visit there instead, where the weather is colder and the tapas are not for free. 
 
My last day he took me to this little area. Full of inspiration from Morocco. 
 
I was very curious as you can see... 
 
After a while we stopped for some water pipe and tea in a cafe. 
 
 
And some salsa hip movement. 
 
The area was so beautiful. Look at this long, bright hallway. I could so live there!
 
This story is to be continued..
 
 
 
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Hilma Af Klint

 
 
 
 
 
 
Var på en helt mindblowing utställning på Serpentine Gallery i Hyde Park senast jag och Henry var i London. Hilma Af Klint är en svensk konstnär, född 1862. Man skulle aldrig kunna tro att hon var aktiv när hon var. Hennes konst är helt fantastiskt abstrakt för den tid hon levde på. Hon hade en spirituell grupp som hette "De Fem" där hon och hennes fyra väninnor utförde seanser och målade genom "en själ". Hennes tavlor är så fina, läs mer om henne det är ett tips! 
 
//Went to an amazing exhibition in Hyde Park featuring Swedish artist Hilma Af Klint. You should have a look at her art, it's so very great 
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In Spanish garlic fields

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
So, continuing my little hop back in time to the massive fields outside of Granada and one of my favourite people, Adrian. I took more than 400 pictures in 4 days and I've been waiting to edit them. The nature was so amazingly breathtaking! It still doesn't do it justice but at least they are here now for me to look back at and for you to look at. Weather you like it or not. Also there are 3 more days to show so they will pop up here every now and then. I will also try and post a bit more regularly since I found my old blog today and realised that it is a lot of fun having old blog posts to look back at.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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