Malaga.

Malaga, Andalusia, Spain, 23rd to 24th October 2018.
Temporary Post. Brief image descriptions and no commentary.

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Alcazabar Window.

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Alcazabar, Andalusia, Archaeology, Architecture, Castillo de Gibralfaro, History, Landscape, Malaga, Photography, Spain, Street photography, Travel

Also Alcazabar for this and next six images.

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Alcazabar, Andalusia, Archaeology, Architecture, Castillo de Gibralfaro, History, Landscape, Malaga, Photography, Spain, Street photography, Travel

Near the entrance.

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Alcazabar, Andalusia, Archaeology, Architecture, Castillo de Gibralfaro, History, Landscape, Malaga, Photography, Spain, Street photography, Travel

Some parts are ruined.

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Kiln.

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Ceiling.

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Alcazabar, Andalusia, Archaeology, Architecture, Castillo de Gibralfaro, History, Landscape, Malaga, Photography, Spain, Street photography, Travel

Obviously Spanish coat of arms, not Moorish.

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Alcazabar, Andalusia, Archaeology, Architecture, Castillo de Gibralfaro, History, Landscape, Malaga, Photography, Spain, Street photography, Travel

On the way out.  A wider view from the third image.

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Alcazabar, Andalusia, Archaeology, Architecture, Castillo de Gibralfaro, History, Landscape, Malaga, Photography, Spain, Street photography, Travel

Roman amphitheatre.

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Malaga street.

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Street leading to the Cathedral.

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Side door of the Cathedral.

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Alcazabar from Castillo de Gibralfaro.

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Alcazabar, Andalusia, Archaeology, Architecture, Castillo de Gibralfaro, History, Landscape, Malaga, Photography, Spain, Street photography, Travel

Views from Castillo de Gibralfaro.

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Alcazabar, Andalusia, Archaeology, Architecture, Castillo de Gibralfaro, History, Landscape, Malaga, Photography, Spain, Street photography, Travel .

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Alcazabar, Andalusia, Archaeology, Architecture, Castillo de Gibralfaro, History, Landscape, Malaga, Photography, Spain, Street photography, Travel

Castillo and Port.

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3 comments on “Malaga.

  1. Robert Hayes says:

    I’m curious as to what feelings do you have when you get to such places. Like, it’s a job? It’s total awe. It’s mystorial (heh…I don’t think that’s a word either).

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    • Murray Foote says:

      No, it’s not a job although there’s an element of process that takes over in the taking of the pictures. There’s awe and wonder and hopefully I’ve done enough prior research to understand something of the significance of where I am. Then there’s the aesthetic – the appreciation of the art that people have deliberately or inadvertently created and the wonders of nature which provide a kind of cathartic meditation.

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