The wonderful thing about the beach is that it is never the same twice – or even once – and for Algy it is a constantly renewed source of fascination. This time the tide was very low, and it was even possible to walk out to the wee islands if you didn’t stay too long… But Algy was more interested in the shells and the many different coloured seaweeds that had gathered in the strange ruts which the receding tide had channelled in the sand.

Algy would like to dedicate this post especially to Eva and her beautiful feathered friend Lukulla, and to thliii and LuxLit, with many, many thanks for all their kindness and continued interest in his adventures.

Working in a completely different field, I’ve been taking photos as a hobby ever since I could hold a camera in my hands (i.e. in analog days). Life made me turn my back to that passion for a couple of years, but I feel it’s time to refocus now.

Still far from being experienced, I try to improve my work step by step… 

Photography for me means treasure hunting in everyday life and a continuous search for what could catch my eye or become something special to me… if only for a moment…

As I’m living in the countryside, you’ll mainly find landscapes, skyscapes and nature/macro shots in general in my archive - most of them taken with my Canon EOS 650D, but from time to time I enjoy playing around and experimenting with my Sony XPeria as well. 

I hope you enjoy my gallery, thank you for viewing!

A heartfelt thanks!

I would like to thank Eva (hinterdensiebenbergen), Liz (lizgrandmaison), Paul (babalou71), Jeanne (Jeannemcright), Algy and his ever attentive assistant, Jenny (adventuresofalgy), Esra (my-memory-palace), Fernando (qbnscholar), Shana (diversityandecho), Taylor (taylormmeredith) and Alex (alexelices) for their nice, interesting and incredibly constructive comments on my photo of today Estructuras’. And neither I must nor want to forget all those Tumblr fellows that made me know its appreciation for this picture by likes and reblogs. To all of you / them, the greatest appreciation, love and respect. You have made ​​my day and it got me to feel even more happy and proud to be part of this community!

Oh, I forgot! Sometimes I carry too far my mania for not  locate spatially or temporally the subjects of my photos, even when it is worth to know where they are taken! In this case (and assuming that this is obviously a train station!), I will say that this is the Estació de França (Train Station of France), in Barcelona, existing since 1854, as the main terminus for trains arriving from France (as its name still suggests) but remodeled in its present form since 1929.

"We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another;…

Dear Eva – thanks so much for all the flying hearts – 25 – you sent to me for my recent photos – your support is much appreciated! Take care and have a creative week :-)

Peace & happiness, Enzo

  saenzdesantamaria ha contestado a tu foto: © iCorreyero out of context

Me encanta el minimalismo y la pureza de líneas y colores pero, sobre todo, el sentido de humor!

muchas gracias, la verdad es que son dos cosas con las que me gusta jugar, en ésta solamente me faltó la estela de un avión para haber rematado la escena

nourbese ha contestado a tu foto: © iCorreyero from the sea to the wind

Preciosa!

muchas gracias! :D

hinterdensiebenbergen ha contestado a tu foto: © iCorreyero the Barruecos magic

Fabulous mood and composition. Gorgeous!

thank you very much, the truth is that it is a fantastic place to photograph, a place worth visiting and Wolf Vostell Museum in the same place, it’s magical

hjs-photo replied to your photo: Volumes’ - F16; 1/40s; ISO 200; FL:50mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …’:

‘I love the symmetry and the hard contrasts in this one! Awesoime shot, Juan!!’

josepha-amarantine replied to your photo: Volumes’ - F16; 1/40s; ISO 200; FL:50mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …’:

‘Beautiful how the contrast and shadows make it so sharp. Powerful’

hinterdensiebenbergen replied to your photo: Volumes’ - F16; 1/40s; ISO 200; FL:50mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …’:

‘Outstanding….just…woooow!’

qbnscholar replied to your photo: Volumes’ - F16; 1/40s; ISO 200; FL:50mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …’:

‘Perfecta. Me hace pensar que es para una pelicula silente de DeMille’.

nurnielfa replied to your photo: Volumes’ - F16; 1/40s; ISO 200; FL:50mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …’:

'Simplemente magnífica'.

fotomog replied to your photo: Volumes’ - F16; 1/40s; ISO 200; FL:50mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …’:

‘Uff! The perspective makes me sort of dizzy, impressive!’

my-memory-palace replied to your photo: Volumes’ - F16; 1/40s; ISO 200; FL:50mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …’:

‘Great perspective! And the tones and contrast are enhancing the feel of this so well.’

diversityandecho replied to your photo: Volumes’ - F16; 1/40s; ISO 200; FL:50mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …’:

‘What a beautiful photo. I love the depth and contrast you get with those shadows. Love this!’

mycreativevoid replied to your photo: Volumes’ - F16; 1/40s; ISO 200; FL:50mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz ..

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Dear Jürgen, Carole, Eva, Fern, Nur, Mog, Esra, Shana, Taylor …; thanks for your support and your kind comments! This warm feedback has been great, since my first impression about this picture is that this was probably 'tough' and a bit away from the kind of work that makes me feel confident …! This corner of a bricked wall interested me from the first moment I saw it, though I suspect what led me to take this photograph was that perpendicular light falling on it, which drew magnificently the brick textures. I gess if I had been there at a different time -with another different light-, I really had not taken that picture!.

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