Nancy says that,
Going about our day, we often don’t pay attention to what’s directly above us. We’re more likely to focus on what’s in front of us rather than what’s overhead.
But like some of my friends here, I look everywhere when I’m out and about, you never know what your camera will find otherwise.
If I hadn’t looked up when I went to the Alcazar in Seville last year, I would have missed loads of photo opps, like these.
And then there was naughty Neptune!
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20 thoughts on “Looking up at the Alcazar”
What a collection, from the mere act of up looking!
Woo-hoo, Gilly! Neptune does look like quite the naughty one. 🙂
Not impressed enough to look down at me 😉
Hehe I guess he was having too much fun on his own. 🙂
Tut tut, he’s no use then!
Specially love the detail of the stone carving.
It was an amazing place, I could have spent the week there!
ha ha ha … Neptune is flaunting his prized possession to those who “look up” to him. 😉
He was indeed, but I think he may have delusions of grandeur!
Fabulous photos reminded the trip we made in Spain, in 2014. Love your take on, Gilly. 🙂
Some good design detail there, Gilly 🙂
You captured some lovely bits there Gilly.
I’m glad you looked up and caught these splendid photos! Naughty Neptune adds perspective to the gallery of photos 🙂
Naughty Neptune .. hilarious! Great pics as always 🙂
All wonderful examples of how we must always be looking for interesting
things to photograph, Gilly, even up above us. I’m not sure what Neptune
is doing out in public like that. LOLOL 😎
When I was there, I didn’t get why there were so many people looking up. I only understood even after the whole trip. I, too, was un-regretful that I looked up.
That last shot is … very amusing. I love all you captured. 🙂