Bryan Hemming

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August in an Andalucian pueblo

Summer is over. Well, at least it is for most of the tourists that flock to Conil over July and August. Though the lanes and alleys still throng, the beaches aren’t nearly as packed, so there’s room to stretch out your legs a bit.

To give you a taste of the action, I’ve been busy with my camera over summer. And here’s some of what I snapped.


6 comments on “August in an Andalucian pueblo

  1. Laura Bloomsbury
    September 7, 2017

    I too was taken by the Andalusian trio of women – so much wanted to join them. Also liked your nut eater and sundowner. These round ups give a lovely flavour to the month

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  2. rangewriter
    September 6, 2017

    Thanks for a nice little virtual journey to Conil. Now you can enjoy those sites without the pesky tourists!

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  3. andalusiantraveller
    September 4, 2017

    My favorite is the picture of the three women sit down in the beach, talking and sunbathing. It is pure essence of the Andalusian beaches. May I post it on my facebook page? Gorgeous work!


    • Bryan Hemming
      September 4, 2017

      Go for it! I love taking pictures of Andalusians enjoying themselves, as they seem so much better at it than most. It isn’t easy to do without getting caught by someone looking back at you, so I have to be very quick. I took a series of photos whilst walking without pause in this session, and hardly ever got caught.

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