Thanks for that medley of images, Nathan. I like reading, as always, about
your parents and this time about the refugees again. When I was on duty in
Incirlik, near Adana in Turkey, I met a large group of Palestinians who were
refugees there, living in derelict buildings. We have to stop making whole
nations into refugees.
I don’t like the idea of the botellón! There was one in Seville a few hundred
metres from where we were staying and I found the idea of crowds of kids making
such a dreadful mess abhorrent.
But your cloudy scenes looked good.
> On 7 May 2017, at 07:00, Nathan Wajsman <photo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The week started in Copenhagen, where I spent the last day of the trip
> visiting my father’s grave, a wonderful exhibition about refugees at
> Copenhagen’s city hall, and having lunch at one of our perennial favourites,
> a Turkish restaurant called Ankara. Back in Alicante, it was the usual mix of
> work, cycling and walking Cheeta—but even then, I have captured some new
> sights. So a half Copenhagen and half Alicante blog for week 17:
> As always, comments and critique are welcome and appreciated.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/