We wandered through the Dali museum marveling (as well as other conflicting emotive states) on the more than copious exhibits out there for our viewing pleasure.
There’s quite a din due to the many tourist groups and school outings that permeate every nook and cranny of the place.
In one particular room there’s a spot where one might look up and hope to cleanse ones optical palette with a white ceiling hoping for a soothing sorbet for your assaulted senses…….
We went up to see the fabled Dali Museum. He was certainly one with, shall we say, eclectic tastes.
This image is 23 shots in a panorama to fully take in the mural in the foyer (from the second floor) showing the other side of the museum where there are other exhibits.
We didn’t see any of the melting clocks and other things (disappointingly), but we were amused as we wandered through the mid of a mad genius.
The sheer amount of stuff is mind blowing.
It’s raining and I head up in a weird contraption aimed at giving on a unique (is it unique if everyone goes up??) perspective on the edifice photographed, plus an amazing view (If it were not so cloudy) of Barcelona and its surrounds. Apparently on a good day you can see majorca from up here.
Anyways, best eggs this is the Church, it has two chapels. Up with Jesus at the top is also a nice view, but a puff inducing stroll up there (A lift takes you half way)
Another 17+ image Panorama inside this amazing place.
Here’s a major league panorama I took this morning early. I wanted to incorporate the reflection and the pano was the only technique I could use and maintain some decent detail.
This place is quite spectacular!!
Be prepared to say “whoa!!!!”
This is a pano I did. I will go back and ace a better one!!
It’s early days and I’ve just spent a few minutes wandering around close to the Hotel, generic catching up with the birthday boy and friends.
Here’s a quick snap of a famous “house” here in Barcelona by Gaudi (Antoni Gaudí i Cornet was a Spanish Catalan architect and figurehead of Catalan Modernism 0 quote Wikipedia)