A once unnoticed Bikes 4 Books photo, retouched and exported with a happy mistake.
The moon at its brightest, only in the darkest of Spanish nights.
Taken in Aldeasoña, Spain during our stay in the 100-person village.
The valley between the peaks was covered by a perpetual stream of clouds that dissolved on the southern side of the ridge. Here you can see the dissipation of the fog as we climbed higher up.
About a week ago I took a day-hike with my buddy Matt out in the Sierra Guadarrama, the mountain chain nearest to Madrid. We arrived to the small mountain town of Cercedilla at about 10am and began our ascent, 2100 meters, to the peak.
Photos of Matt and me after the jump!
Real Estate live at El Sol - Madrid, Spain.
Dec. 2. 2011
My Halloween was a bit unusual this year for a few reasons (very little of them being Halloween related) and I’m working on a post to really “get at it” if you will. But just for those of you who cant wait…here’s some photos to hold you over til next week.
A few weeks back I had a visit from Taylor Burton (aka T-Burts, Tay-Tay, Notorius B.I.T., or the Swagasaurus Rex) and we decided that after a longish weekend of Spanish nights and sick days that we would head out into the Sierra Guadarrama, get some fresh air, and enter into, what we were told, was a nature preserve. What a treat! Right? Well although the valley (about an hour outside the city) was beautiful, we never discovered the nature preserve that had been described to us in a manner equivalent to that of mythical prophesy. So, to make up for the fact that we had made a goof (a bit of a goof and a spoof, if I may), and that we now had to wait for the next bus to Madrid to arrive, we decided to explore this small mountain town and take some photos. I would say an equally rad compromise. I would say the photos agree with that sentiment.
P.S. T-Burts Tumblr
More Photos after the Jump