“You have nothing to worry about film can go in there.”
I proceed to shove my camera through a scanning machine.
How to get this Washed look:
Canon 400TX loaded into your camera and pass it through the scanning machine at La Sagrada Familia.
How did you put it together?
Did it come easy?
Did ideas ever come apart
When you set pen to it
Outlining the very ache
Days mulling over your opus
Perfect picture so often missed
We hope for it
Ugh, Hope is often for the lost
I hope for our sake that it works for you
You get to see what you’ve created
It aches you
Your crypt below
All here to watch you
Your opus it speaks
We all lift our heads to hear it
With our cellular phones held up above
Maybe we can see it clearer with our phones in between
Just how you would have liked it
Best part of this morning was the chocolate croissant I ate. It had the side crusted in chocolate and inside there was a bar of dark chocolate going through it.
Gaudi day! See it if you want.
I am trying to find an identity to Barcelona. It has been two days and I have not come up with anything.
I don’t understand it
Tapas, Coffee, and people from everywhere
Who the fuck is from here?
I am foreign also, but I want to learn
I want to know
Met a man from Argentina
A woman from Montreal
Two Women from Austrailia
A man from Chile
A beautiful woman from Venenzuela
All types of people
All types of tourists
All searching for something
We don’t know what that is
All these days piling behind me
When it’s all said and done
Going to find myself back in L.A.
Inside of a coffee shop
Sad about my world never being the same
Casa Pedrera redeemed Gaudi for me. It was intimate and I enjoyed the interior of the home. The roof was also amazing.