Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate (Alhambra)

 Alahambra window

 Alhambra is the last and greatest Moorish palace, high-lighting the splendor of that civilization between the 12th and 14th centuries. Today, Alhambra attracts up to 8,000 visitors a day.

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76 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate (Alhambra)

  1. I’ve never been to the Alhambra. That, as other famous and beautiful places in Spain, are still on the bucket list.
    Have a great weekend,
    Pit

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  2. Beautiful place, and beautiful architecture. Brilliant images. Looks like everywhere you explored Alhambra, you had to take a photo 😀 That is a very interesting water fountain 🙂

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    • Both history and architecture are glorious. Thank you for letting me share it with you. Impeccable and beautiful in every corner of the place. 🙂

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      • And thank you for sharing it with us. Nature and architecture – those are two things you capture very well, Amy. Hope you are doing well and have a good week ahead. It must be in the midst of spring for you and you must be excited 🙂

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        • Spring has been beautiful here this year. We have had some rain a couple of times a week, and the temperature is mild. 🙂 Great time to go out. 🙂 I guess you guy are in the fall (?)
          This is my one of my very few favorite photos. Glad to share it with you, Mabel. 🙂

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          • Good to hear that the temperature is mild, comfortable for you. Great, you’re going out so that means more photos soon 🙂 We are smack in the middle of autumn. 20’C plus last week but it’s the opposite way next week, oh no 😀

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    • It not difficult to take a beautiful photo in Alhambra. The only challenge is the crowd. I was so surprised, I did capture a human being here. 🙂 Thank you, Maria!

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  3. What a work, this is so precious. Thanks so much for sharing, I’ve always wanted to visit this place, you made me want to take a plane now. Beautiful shots 🙂

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  4. Wow, 8000 people a day! That’s a lot of people! Your images are awesome – and without other travelers or tourists around. I had difficulties to get empty spaces when visiting certain tourist attractions 😦

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    • Pure lucky. Actually, I was frustrated most of the time… say the least. And, you have to reserve the ticket way ahead of time. Thank you, Indah!

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    • Thank you so much for remembering the photo I posted before. This is my favorite photo of Alhambra. I’m sort of surprised that I am posting it. 🙂

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    • A grand, grand place… Be prepare for the crowd (8,000 a day), need to make reservation way ahead of time or book through travel agent. Thank you for stopping by, Tina!

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  5. Ancient Architecture will always garner awe because of their painstaking construction and decoration.
    Beautiful picture collection of a building marvel.

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  6. Most elaborate work,you have perfectly framed amazing patterns and details!Love the glimpse of the trees through the arched openings,it lends a most distinguished dimension to your artistic composite!Love & warm hugs 🙂 ❤ xxx

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    • It’s not difficult to take good photos in Alhambra. Thank you for finding time to leave encouraging comments, my dearest friend! 🙂 ❤ xxx
      PS We are traveling in Arizona to visite the cannyons and mountains . 🙂 ❤ xxx

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