Saturday, May 18, 2013
Saturday, May 11, 2013
When I think about Cordova, the most memorable place is Mezquite de Cordoba or "Great Cathedral and Mosque". The cathedral was quit grand and mesmerizing . A very quiet place and we were not to use our tripods. All pictures are hand held. Our family became lost from each other as we were looking up and not paying attention to one another. Pictures can not describe this place or the feeling. Building began in year 600.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Trey, Dude, and I have spent the last month in the Moab, Utah and Grand Junction/Fruita, Colorado area. We have been mountain biking, hiking, and we even did a little canyoneering. I don't want to get too far behind as I work to catch up from our trip to the E.U. So, things may seem a bit sporadic with postings.
The next few shots are from a hike Trey and I did in Moab. We hiked in to see Corona Arch. We heard that people have been swinging from the Arch. We were stoked to see people there at the time gearing up. We had to hang out for a good hour but it was worth the wait. These guys had some nerve.
Next Stop Granada, Spain
When choosing photographs for the blog, it is next to impossible. Trey and I literally have thousands of shots from our time in Europe. Granada, was no exception.
Alhambra Palace "The Red"
Many of the rooms are dark and eerie.
Breath taking detail, left me thinking about how much time and energy was put into creating a wall like this one. And how in the states we throw up a house in a month and call it good.
Trey's dad Neal, pictured here, I believe, is thinking the same thing as me.
At times this place didn't even look real.
Just another fountain older than the United States of America.