Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà - Barcelona

By far one of Antoni Gaudi's most iconic and recognizable works of Modernista architecture is the Casa Milà (The Quarry). It was also a place where Gaudi lived and when you visit Casa Milà you can actually tour through his apartment although the most inspiring part of this building has to be the rooftop. The chimney-like adornments and even the shape of the undulating rooftop hold true to Gaudi's fascination with organic shapes. If you are ever in Barcelona you have to make sure you check this out. Here are some of the photos I took while I was there. You will find a combination of some B&W as well as some colour conversion work done in Lightroom and some blended HDR work as well. Hope you enjoy these!

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