Photographer's Note

I spent two evenings in Malaga and I hoped to make some blue hours shot, I even checked the best places. But in May the days are long. Spain is in the same time zone as Warsaw, it means, it is relatively late in the morning, and also the night comes late. In both cases, I had to get up VERY early the next morning, so you will think I am lazy, but I didn't wait till the real blue hour. Here is the view of the facade of the Malaga cathedral.Even if not yet blue hour, I found the light marvelous. But it was difficult to find the place for a good composition. On the square behinds me there were many beer umbrellas :(.

The Cathedral of Málaga is a Renaissance church in the city of Málaga in Andalusia in southern Spain. It is located within the limits defined by a now missing portion of the medieval Moorish walls, the remains of which surround the nearby Alcazaba and the Castle of Gibralfaro. It was constructed between 1528 and 1782, following the plans drawn by Diego de Siloe; its interior is also in Renaissance style. The north tower is 84 metres (276 ft) high, making this building the second-highest cathedral in Andalusia, after the Giralda of Seville. The south tower remains unfinished.

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