Puerto de Mogàn, Gran Canaria
With a slight delay (hey I had 400 photo's to go through, animals are too fun to shoot), here are my postcards from Gran Canaria. Totally different to Dubrovnik, Gran Canaria has a micro-climate and thus gorgeous nature to shoot. Of course it offers a lot of beaches and heavy-touristical places but we stayed away from that most of the time. After years of whining, I was finally able to go to Palmitos Park. Nope still couldn't drag anyone of my family with me to the mini-zoo. But my sweet boyfriend was up to it and I'm so glad we went! All the exotic animals were fun to watch, even if it was unbearably hot between the mountains (I don't blame those animals from taking a shower). But anyway it explains the slight overload of animals in this post. Not much architectural-wise to show, except nature in all it's (although most photo's are in a zoo, so artificial) glory. Of course the wonderful sandy dunes of Mas Palomas were a sight to see and the charming port of Mogàn, but you'll see more of that last one on saturday as we did an outfit shoot over there as well. I haven't made it to the north side of the island, although I really wanted to. But too little time so many things to see. Anyways Gran Canaria, my 'home away from home', literally because I've spent many childhood vacations there with my family. It was always our destination in summer vacation and I'll cherish this island in my heart for ever. I'm not sure if I'll see it again in the future but if I do, I'm going to the fairly unexplored north. I hear the nature is even more spectacular over there. Well with these dreams I'm going to leave you guys and head to bed! It's getting late again and my week has been (and still will be) so busy. Good night everyone, let me know what your favorite animal is in the comments below.