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I seem to be on a soundtrack spin lately, so here’s one from the nineties. You’ve gone a million miles How far’d you get To that place where you can’t remember And you can’t forget She’ll lead you down a path There’ll be tenderness in the air She’ll let you come just far enough So …
A cat lazily eyes its sushi lunch, to my mental soundtrack of the eighties. I’ve been meaning to tell you I’ve got this feelin’ that won’t subside I look at you and I fantasize You’re mine tonight Now I’ve got you in my sights With these hungry eyes One look at you and I can’t …
Generalife was the summer palace of the Nasrid royalty, and is located just beside the Alhambra in the Andalusian city of Granada. It is a lush complex of greenery and water, and boasts gorgeous views over the Alhambra walls and Granada itself.
Sala de las dos Hermanas, Ceiling Details
The multi-pronged star-shaped dome of the Sala de las dos Hermanas is shown in greater detail here. Confusing, and yet oddly compelling.
Sala de las dos Hermanas
The Sala de las dos Hermanas and the nearby Sala de los Abencerrajes are known for their domed ceilings. Honeycombed with thousands of tiny cells, they are a fine example of the Mocárabe (stalactite) Moorish vaults.