The first time I visited Barcelona, I was mesmerized with the La Sagrada Familia. My second visit to this city proved the same especially that it is a growing building and that work will continue for at least another decade.
A prime example of Gaudi's modernist style - based on forms found in nature.
The first time I visited, I only remember the darker part of the building, but look at how much it has grown. It's like a living organism that continues to grow.
A view from the Plaza de la Sagrada Familia. When we visited, there were Christmas shops there selling Christmas items and sweets.
After Sagrada Familia, we took the bus to Park Guell, another of Gaudi's work and design.
A mosaic design on the ceiling at Park Guell.
Pillars that look like trees.
Mosaic tiles are used around the park.
This is a rock fountain above the famous "gecko" at the park.
I love how playful this window is.
This park is worth the visit.
A welcoming sight as you enter the park.
Seats adorned with mosaic tiles.
I like to remember this as the gingerbread house.
Just playing around the park - me, wearing a big hat.