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A nice week-end in Andalusia where I visited Sevilla and Cordoba with my wife and two friends.

This is the Mesquita of Cordoba, an Arabo-Andalus mosquee erected in 785 AD which was turned into a cathedral in the XVIth century.

I was impressed by the presence of oranges in the "Patio de los Naranjos" at that time of the year so I tried to build a composition including them (fill-in flash) and the main tower of the mosquee. This 93 m high tower is also called "Torre del Alminar".

Inside the Mosquee (cathedral now...) you can find an amazing forest of 850 columns which create wonderful perspective effect with red and white tones.

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