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Stunning Sevilla

Seville (English spelling) is the capital of Andalucia and the third largest city in Spain. Greek mythology holds that it was founded by Hercules, but the truth is quite different. 731 more words


And what do you do while waiting for the bus?

I love experiencing various expressions of flamenco on the street.   And it doesn’t just happen in Spain.  Here’s what a few gals did while waiting for the bus in Buenos Aires:

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Flamenco (XIV), Spain

Here’s another picture from the archives that I could have sworn I’d posted here before, this time from the Flamenco series.  While the flamboyant dancers commanded a lot of attention (especially for a photographer!), the guitar players at the back of the stage were equally impressive, albeit in a more subdued fashion.


FLAMENCO DUO / Daily Painting #1287

Flamenco Duo / Painted on my iPad Air / ArtRage3

Back in Taos. Trying to make order out of the chaos of images from my time in Mexico and Spain. 135 more words

In the Studio~Spring at Last!

Finally Spring has arrived here in the mountains, though the threat of a freeze has not passed. Still the days have become warmer and even the birds seem happier! 162 more words


Countdown to Israel Galvan

The long wait is almost over. In exactly one week Israel Galvan will present La Edad de Oro at the NAC in Ottawa.

While I could seek out a clip of Edad de Oro to feature, I prefer to highlight this brief, informal moment: 6 more words

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