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Spanish Sizzle

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Picking peas in Alcudia market

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Tainted orange

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Velo Friends on the Girona city walls

After a hefty ride in 46 Degree heat, myself and my 3 friends opted to walk around the historic walls of Girona. There are some fantastic views up there, and unlike the health & safety riddled norms of the UK, the walls are actually rather lethal. There’s very little stopping you from falling off the […]

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Catedral de Girona

Smartphone cameras are getting better and better. They may never truly compare to a DSLR or pro-camera, but some things they have got going for them are that they’re always on you, and their software is exceptional. This photo taken in the Cathedral in Girona is actually 9 pictures stitched together and was taken on […]

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Spanish fish

On my second trip to Mallorca, a group of 10 or so of us stayed in a gorgeous villa in Alcudia, near the old town. It was a stones throw (Literally. I tried it from the balcony) from the cobbled beach, and was the ideal headquarters for a week of cycling. I spotted this chap […]

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Rocacorba Climb, Girona

This picture isn’t all that. It’s the sort of generic picture you scroll past on Facebook and think nothing of. I suppose in the eye of someone different, every single shot I’ve ever taken might ignite the same feeling. The reason I like this shot, however, is because it sums up our day in Girona, […]

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Calpe Coastlines

This is another, alternative, shot from the top of Calpe Rock from a past cycling holiday. You can read more about the rock, and prior walk, in the post above. Using a 50mm lens when you’re a few hundred feet up and a few miles away from your subject poses some interesting viewpoints, and I […]

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Calpe Rock Viewpoint

Back in May 2018, in the middle of a cycling trip, climbing to the top of Calpe rock seemed to be the “rest day” of choice for our group of 10+ cyclists. Certainly not for the faint-hearted, underdressed or unsure footed. the walk, or scramble, is over numerous kilometres and oftentimes vertical. The view from […]