Tagged With: Catalonia
Text & Photo: Julie Schwietert Collazo ** The photos of paragliding into a field of fire-red poppies are more beautiful, but the experience of flying among the clouds can’t be beat. If you’re in Catalunya, I highly recommend flying with the guys of Entrenuvols. They’re fun, professional, and safe.
Text & Photos: Julie Schwietert Collazo ** I hate to compare countries, I really do, but when I’m eating in Catalunya, it’s hard to feel like there’s any place in the world that has a healthier, more holistic, and more pleasurable relationship with food… especially the United States. Proof? The tradition of tapas and the … Continue reading
Text & Photos: Julie Schwietert Collazo ** I’ve been trying–and failing–to write about what it was like to meet, listen, and talk with Ferran Adria, the world-famous Catalan chef who is also one of my creative heroes. In fact, I’ve been trying to write about Adria’s influence on me before I even met him in … Continue reading
Text & Photos: Julie Schwietert Collazo ** Entering the studio of Rosa Serra, I was immediately struck by the intensity and immensity of her life, and I knew I was visiting the sacred creative space of an artist who, years from now, will be celebrated and memorialized in the way that Frida Kahlo and Pablo … Continue reading
Text & Photos: Julie Schwietert Collazo ** This week’s #FriFotos theme, “The Best,” is a reference to the Olympics, now officially underway in London^. In the context of the Games, “best” refers to countries, coaches and trainers, fans, and, of course, athletes, giving the Games their all– their “This may be my single opportunity to … Continue reading