Our Granada Gallery

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Our first taste of Andalucía.

Here we have a collection of shots from our visit to Granada, as part of our 2014 Spanish road trip. It was our first experience of Andalucía, and the practice of giving free tapas to those at the bar.

However, Granada was so much more than Tapas bars, it’s where I discovered Pan con Tomate, a favourite for my summer breakfasts.

The city just oozed charm & sophistication. One day we know we’ll return.


Visiting the Alhambra

The highlight of any visit to Granada is the Alhambra. However we made a mistake, we should have booked our tickets in advance because we missed the chance to see the Nasrid Palaces. We were only able to get general admission.

You can purchase your tickets in advance at the Alhambra’s website. Access to the Palaces is limited, and you can only access it within an allotted hour.

And now the gallery

The technical bits

All images were captured on my Canon 1Ds-Mk III or the 1Dx-MkII. The lenses was my old stalwart travel lens, the Canon EF24-105mm f/4L.

Everything is catalogued in Adobe Lightroom, and the RAW files processed in the tool too. I always shoot in Camera RAW, and if you want to know why then check out my post ‘Shooting RAW

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About the Author

Gary

Gary, the co-founder of Our World for You, was born and raised in London. An IT guy who likes to takes snaps. Along with Janis his partner, they have been travelling part time since 1995. In 2016, over a Sherry in Seville, they decided that enough was enough with suits. The decision was made to take their knowledge and experience to create a blog to inspire others to travel the world near and far.

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