Up and Down

Of Ceilings and Sustenance in Spain

Photographer Jane Hu recently visited the Spanish cities of Sevilla, Granada, and Barcelona, where she found her lens drawn up to awe-inspiring ceilings and down to mouth-watering meals. Her pictures are worth a thousand words, so we’ll just get out of the way and let them do the talking.

 

Sevilla

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El Divino Salvador Church
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The sacristy at the Seville Cathedral
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The gold dome of the Ambassador’s Hall at the Real Alcázar de Sevilla
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The Baths of Maria de Padilla at the Real Alcázar de Sevilla
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Underneath the Metropol Parasol
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Paella with crispy rice at Mirador San Fernando
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Huevo frito con trufa at Mirador San Fernando
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Patatas bravas at Lobo Lopez
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Churros

 

Granada

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La Cartuja Monastery
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La Cartuja Monastery
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The Alhambra
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A tower of bocadillos with jamon
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Salmorejo
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Tortilla española

 

Barcelona

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Palau de la Música Catalana
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Casa Vicens Gaudí
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The smoking room at Casa Vicens
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The Basílica de la Sagrada Família
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The Basílica de la Sagrada Família
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El Raval quarter
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Sardines and red pepper at Cal Pep
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Shishito peppers at Cal Pep
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Foie gras pork sausage on top of white beans at Cal Pep
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Baby squid with chickpeas at Cal Pep
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Fideuà

 

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Jane Hu is a photographer based out of San Francisco who uses her images to tell stories, typically ones of hope and awe in the middle of a mundane or unsettling environment. You can visit her website and find her on Instagram.

2 Comments
  1. Beautiful photos –
    But are You sure those were Shishito peppers? Seems like Padron peppers would be more likely in Spain –

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