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Barcelona: a photographer's dream city Highly
German photographer Juergen Stumpe has a neat little site with 240
really excellent photos of Barcelona.
Divided into four sections, "highlights", "people",
"places" and "Gaudí" it is well worth
surfing around. What a photographer's dream Barcelona is!
•We liked: Just about everything about this site
•Not so hot: What don't my photos come out like that!
Not just the tourist shots
30 days, 30 photos of Barcelona
On our new Spanish blog, we're posting a photo a day of Barcelona this month, with some excellent pictures by Irene Ucha and Magdalena Urbanska (not to mention some by Barcelona-Online's very own Tom Walton!). There are some of the usual places (Sagrada Familia and so on), but lots more too of more unusual things.
For anyone interested in photography in any way, Barcelona is a fabulous place to come to...
•Languages: English and Spanish
Barcelona in Pictures Excellent
Carlos Lorenzo posts some great pictures of Barcelona just about every day on this excellent site.
More photos of Barcelona
Travel writer and photographer Jim Steinhart has over 100 excellent
photos of Barcelona on this site (not to mention a bunch of other
•We liked: Being able to send a postcard (well, a link to
•Not so hot: Navigation options rather limited
Nice pics, shame about the text
guide to Barcelona
A site with some quite good Gaudí shots though – probably
like all Gaudí shots – you end up thinking, haven't
I seen this one before (chances are you have)?
The text, including the readers' comments give a totally false impression
of your chances of getting robbed in Barcelona.
•We liked: Some of the general content on the same site (look
under "Learn") relating to how to take good photos
•Not so hot: Now this is true - someone I know knows someone
who knows someone who had $2,000 nicked from her handbag... (From
her handbag? Er... Now was that stooopid, or what?)
Nice site, shame about the navigation
More from the official BCN site, which is packed with stuff but
often a little frustrating to have to find your way round.
In the "Do you like Barcelona?" section (hardly the most
logical place to put pictures), you can choose to send a postcard
(an e-card, really) of Barcelona, view images of the city, get a
bird's eye view of the city (in which you can type street names),
and enjoy 360º panoramas from a variety of Barcelona's most
•We liked: The ideas, though we're not so happy about the
•Not so hot: No captions
•Languages: None (well, they're pictures, aren't they?)