“el infiernito”
Jun12

“el infiernito”

Close to my house, in the old quarter of Pamplona, there is a little electric guitars’ shop called “el infiernito” (“the little hell”). When a more or less known rocker comes to buy a new guitar or fix an old one, and he or she’s in the mood, they bring out the drums and two or three guitars and begin to sing with their friends and the owners of the shop in a very loud volume. People stop in their...

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Cee’s fun Photo Challenge: Dark and Light
Jan09

Cee’s fun Photo Challenge: Dark and Light

This is the back side of a palace in my neighbourhood. The morning sun offers this effect of dark and light. The gates of the city let us see the landscape of the surroundings bathed in the sunlight Another view from the one of the gates of the city One of the towers of the Cathedral from a narrow and dark street Cee’s fun Photo Challenge: Dark and...

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Cee’s fun photo challenge: Doors and entrances
Nov15

Cee’s fun photo challenge: Doors and entrances

This is the entrance to the Cafe Iruña in the Castle’s Square of Pamplona, Spain. A very typical spot in the heart of my city. The cafe is in business from 1888. This is how it looks the inside of the cafe with some tables ready for lunch. Cee’s fun photo challenge: doors and entrances  There are several baroque palaces in my neighbourhood  I will show you the doors of three of them with the coat of arms carved in stone...

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Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge: Commercial sites
Nov03

Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge: Commercial sites

My mistake. I read too fast the challenge. I didn’t realize it was about buildings.  I went out with my camera in search of commercial sites and I took pics of several old shops in my quarter. Here they are. This is an old pharmacy still in business, very close to the City Hall of Pamplona. On the wall above the facade, there is a little showcase with a small statue of the Virgin Mary and the Child. Everybody knows how old is...

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Shine
Oct22

Shine

Shine

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