Photo Blogging Challenge (October 2016): Water


On our recent trip to Barcelona, we also went to Girona and that’s where my 5 photos came from. Girona is a city in Spain’s northeastern Catalonia region, beside the River Onyar. It’s known for its medieval architecture, walled Old Quarter (Barri Vell) and the Roman remains of the Força Vella fortress. Landscaped gardens line the Passeig Arqueològic, a walkway following the Old Quarter’s medieval walls, which include watchtowers with sweeping views.


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8 thoughts on “Photo Blogging Challenge (October 2016): Water

  1. What great photos! There is something about that last photo that is really intriguing. The lines of the river walls pull you into the scene and the reflection of the buildings on the water soften the picture. Thanks for sharing your trip!

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  2. Lucky for me that your post is my last stop on my Sunday morning armchair trip to so many places – the sunshine ends things on a cheery note! All the apartment buildings along the water remind me a little bit of Venice – no gondolas, though. Did you cross that pedestrian bridge in the last photo? Are there lots of bridges like that? I think I’ll be looking for each and every one of them if I ever visit Gerona.

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