Photo Challenge – Look Up, Look Down: Segovia and Toledo

The first shot is of Segovia’s historic town centre, taken LOOKING DOWN from the top of Segovia Castle. (That darn turret sure had a lot of stairs!!!)

Stork nest in the bottom left corner :)

Storks’ nest in the bottom left corner πŸ™‚

The second shot was taken at sunset in Santa Barbara, Toledo, LOOKING UP at the Monastery of San Juan De Los Reyes (left) and Puerta Del CambrΓ³n (right).

Toledo at sunset

To connect with travelwithintent’s weekly Look Up, Look Down photo challenge, click here.

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40 thoughts on “Photo Challenge – Look Up, Look Down: Segovia and Toledo

      1. Expat Eye

        Ha ha, no! It’s a work thing – like I’d go there otherwise. πŸ™‚ I’m making a video – well, this website I work for is making a video so I have to be there to prompt and help with pronunciation…

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  1. Debbie

    Great photos. And you’ve caught birds in both of them ( I admit I wouldn’t have noticed them in the first one, so thank you eagle-eyed Anna). The second could definitely be an advert for the Toledo Tourist Board. Thanks for joining the challenge again, I have loved all your entries.

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      1. ladyofthecakes Post author

        YES!!! That’s why I’m going easy on you, because I know you’re totally riled up from that. And I’m scared in case might feel equally strongly about storks πŸ˜‰

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      1. Bastet

        Yes, 10 is very demur, and the drops of water on kitty’s head aren’t quite bad! Thanks for this link…will keep my mind off the Spanish nostalgia, at least for a little while!

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