The rolls of film that I end up shooting are few and far between. Usually they're a conglomerate of many events, places, and people throughout a month or even a year. As I prepared for my trip to Spain, images photographed by historic photographers flooded my brain, the majority of them being shot on black and white film. I thought about how romantic that was, especially in such colorful places. Only the photographer will have the memory of that place in its entirety, leaving the great task of documenting the feeling of that specific place up to the light and the skill of the person behind the lens.
These are images of Barcelona (and two from Perpignan, France)
Photographed on a Canon AE1, Ilford Delta400