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Here is a closer look at some of Antoni Gaudi's secular work in Barcelona in his totally unique architectural style. The gallery includes images from Casa Mila (a.k.a. La Pedrera) (photo 1-24) and Casa Battlo (photo 25-63).
Fro me, Casa Mila represents the bourgeois incarnation of Gaudi's style, while Casa Batllo incorporates the more bohemien, even aristocratic version of his unique vision.
We would have like to (re)visit even more (Park Guell, Palacio Guell, ..), but this was all we could handle on two days.
All images in this gallery are handheld, without flash, with Olympus E-5 and a few lenses. The great ZD7-14mm wide angle lens was a must.

For a closer look at Gaudi's sacred masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia, go here:
My general impressions from a cold, wintery weekend in the wonderful city of Barcelona, are here:

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