In case you missed last week’s Snapshots from Madrid–Cy is sending me notes and pics about her experiences in Madrid this month, and I’m sharing some of her messages as blog posts. She is involved in an intensive month-long workshop to enhance skills in teaching English as a Second Language. Cy spends most of her time in classes and studying, but she takes a moment to photograph scenes from her daily life. These posts aren’t about tourism, but about the day to day path of a traveler who finds beauty in the mundane.
I walk by this street almost every day on my way to and from school. It’s prettiest in the morning when few people are out. As long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to live abroad–for a few years at least. But, I have not yet found the place that calls me to stay and leave everything behind. Madrid is lovely and I’ve heard that there are more breathtaking cities in Spain. I’ve not had a chance to see those other places; still I know this isn’t the country that calls my name. It’s been a good experience so far, and I’ve learned quite a bit in and out of school. But when it’s time to leave, I will go.
Earlier this year, Cy and I challenged ourselves to “look for the light” in our daily movements. This photograph demonstrates that Cy is still finding light. That’s a good thing.
Tune in next Friday to see what Cy shares. I think I’ll make a personal request for some architecture photos. 😉
4 thoughts on “Snapshots from Madrid: The Path I Take”
Keep exploring the same place over and over again will get really good picture. “Look for the light” is an absolutely brilliant theme.
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Thanks for the tip! And I agree. Look for the light is brilliant. That’s a blog post for another time. Maybe, tomorrow. 😉