Wicked Winterfrost

Primavera Crowd Art

Posted in Spain by talikas on June 18, 2011

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Too Many Primavera Photos / Hard to Choose

Posted in Spain by talikas on June 17, 2011

Primaverast siis veel niipalju, et üritus üllatas mind positiivselt. Muusikat oli palju kirevamat sorti, kui oskasin arvata ja kaasahaaravaid esitusi mitmeid. Inimesed olid ilusamad ja viisakamad, kui olin lootnud, nii et lärmakate brittide asemel andsid massile tooni moekad skandinaavlased. Üle pea pooltäis õlletopsi visati vaid korra, padupurjus inimesi ei õnnestunudki silmata. Mudajärvede asemel olid liivalagendikud, prahimägede asemel tagasihoidlik plastiktopside virvendus. Kogu toetav infrastruktuur oli ka vinks-vonk: söögi-joogisabad talutavad, avalikud wifikohad (ühenduda siiski ei õnnestunud) ja hästi palju puhtaid vanilje-õuna-hõngulisi toalette. Toalettide kasutamine arvati siiski vist olevat nõrkadele, sest kahjuks oli end seina ääres kergendavaid pidulisi arvukalt.

Parimaks laiviks tuleks seekord hääletada Caribou, mida õnnestus lausa kaks korda näha. Neid vaataks lausa veel. Ja see oli ka tore, et elasime prostituutide tänaval. Ja rattaga mööda linna kimada oli vahva ja teiste eestlastest pidulistega chillida mõnus. Ja, mmmm, toit…. Nii et: great success!

Primavera Sound Music Festival: Vol 2

Posted in Spain by talikas on June 7, 2011

Music festivals are hard work.

Primavera Sound Music Festival: Vol 1

Posted in Spain by talikas on June 6, 2011

5 days, more than 200 performers, 8 stages, oh-so-many-people — that’s what I call a great first real music festival experience.

White Stone & Barca Architecture

Posted in Spain by talikas on June 3, 2011

Barcelona is full of modern architecture and crazy buildings.

Four Men in Art, Kitchen and Festival

Posted in Spain by talikas on June 2, 2011

Stripes of Sky

Posted in Spain by talikas on June 1, 2011

Barcelona has some wonderful wide and green streets where pedestrians have conquered the pavement and open-air restaurant are more important than motor vehicles. Yet, the historic part of Barcelona is filled with a zigzag of narrow streets that may in some cases be so dark and gloomy that even the stripes of blue sky won’t shed light to the undercover transactions taking place in the dark corners.

Two Sides of a Coin: the Sweet Barcelona

Posted in Spain by talikas on May 31, 2011

Drowning in Your Eyes

Posted in Spain by talikas on January 5, 2009

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Don’t Look Back

Posted in Spain by talikas on July 14, 2008