July 28: walk from Fundació Joan Miró
One more walk back through Poble-sec and Sant Antoni.
An exuberant gable on Carrer de l'Exposició just down from Carrer de Julià.
Bricky block and bricky corrugation at Carrer de Radas and Carrer de Magalhães.
Strong afternoon sun over the plaça beside El Paral·lel where Carrer de Calabrià and Carrer del Parlament meet.
Oblique masonry sun at Parlament and Carrer de Viladomat. I wonder why those projections at the top right of the brick wall are there.
A doubly radiating doorway on the northwest side of Parlament, just before the Ronda de Sant Pau.
The Collserola tower towering over the Ronda. The Mercat de Sant Antoni is hiding to the left.
A sun-baked Mercat.
One more deep smooth arch on the first block of Carrer de Sant Antoni Abat.
In the lower reaches of the crevasse-like Carrer de la Cendra, it was as if twilight had already arrived.
The Parròquia de la Mare de Déu del Carme's diversity of apertures.
Dusky brick on the side of the Parròquia along Bisbe Laguarda.
A tenacious little guy taking advantage of water collecting between the gables.
Blue and red. That's it. Hmm, why does this view ring a bell?
The front door of our building, just for good measure.
Last sun on the back view.
There it is, the last of the trip's great many lovely sunsets all across the continent.
Terrestrial and celestial glows.
Twilight skybow filtered by the antennas.
Impression of dusk.