We started off by photographing the runners in a marathon which provided a spectacle rather than much opportunity to capture the essence of the place.
I continued in this vein finding myself being attracted to architectural shots of the landscape.
As we neared the end of our time in Spain I took a couple of shots that I think better captured the spirit of the place however I have to say this was a very unsuccessful trip from a photographic point of view.
At the end of Informing Contexts I wrote about my need for some head space before embarking on the Final Major Project. I found myself remembering the words of Cemre, our tutor in Surfaces and Strategies, who had said to me that maybe I should put the camera down and spend my time thinking. I often remind myself of this advice. Sometimes, I think rather than ploughing on taking poor shots and losing my mojo in the process, I should take a break!