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August 17, 2016 / betweenstops

What people live for

This woman was born in Barcelona. She lived in the United States for ten years before moving back here.

She said, in the US people live for the work and here the people live for the people.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t disagree.

If anyone reading this blog is in Barcelona and wants to exchange a story for a portrait, let me know                                          Offer only valid in Barcelona, preferably in Spanish.



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  1. peterc58 / Aug 19 2016 5:39 pm

    Please visit el parque Guell during your visit. Bring the sketch pad. Walk up the steps at the main entrance, see the massive non-vertical columns and their geometric ceiling, then go see what’s on the roof. There, you can sketch.

    Best wishes from Massachusetts.

    • betweenstops / Aug 20 2016 6:59 pm

      Hi Peter in Massachusetts
      Been to Guell twice and other Gaudi
      Here on artist residency for 5 weeks
      One can do a lot in 5 weeks

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