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Cueva y Colores - Spain
This panoramic action shot was taken during one of my first nights in my home for five months, Granada. The southern region of Spain, known as Andalucia, was the birthplace of flamenco. In the hills of the oldest part of the city of Granada, rest the Salamanca Caves that are currently occupied by the gypsy minority. At night the caves are open to locals and tourists alike to come drink, eat, and watch incredible performances that blends music, dancing, singing with the history and passion of the artists.
Discovering Local Culture
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