Art Nouveau at every corner…

img_4675The thing that I loved about my recent trip is that it set me on my way for something on the bucket list, to find as many Art Deco and art nouveau buildings as I can and photograph them. Well, I am just back from Barcelona within the last month, which was a real eye opener for me and didn’t disappoint.

Of course I wouldn’t have to travel alone if a friend or family member wanted to join me, so that’s always an option. I don’t know how I’d be abroad totally on my own. I think I need a bit more confidence before I take that step. But there’s hope for me as I’m only uncertain not terrified at the thought of it. Time would be my own and I wouldn’t have to do a particular thing. There again though it wasn’t like that when Mum and I travelled it was very relaxed. We did not have an itinerary just expressed a wish of things to see and she noticed things that I did not when we were out and about. A beautiful doorway here and there, or architectural detail. Something on the bus which I made her get off to show me so I could capture it.

Like this place for instance, a gorgeous and working original Art nouveau designed working pharmacy in Barcelona. What is lovely is that people were so accommodating when we wanted to wander around their shops taking photos. They invited us in to do so with no obligation to purchase something.

We did say that it would be interesting to see how many of our photographs were of the same things since we shared a keen eye for so many of the sights.

I don’t claim to be an expert on anything, merely an enthusiast.  Yes as I think about it, I am an enthusiast of so many things.

So along with my growing list of things that I’d like to do this year. I’m afraid my bucket list is growing too and I don’t think that’s a bad thing really. It simply means that I have not had enough of the experiences of this world. There is more and more that I wish to see and do before I die and if I don’t get to do it all soon, then I’ll just have to live a long and happy one.

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