Rooftop Warriors (IV), La Pedrera, Barcelona

Pictures of witchscarers on the roof of Gaudi's Casa Mila (La Pedrera)

Rooftop Warriors (IV), La Pedrera, Barcelona

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything from Spain, so here’s a picture of one of my favourite Barcelona subjects – the ‘Witchscarers’ of Gaudi‘s Casa Milà (also known as La Pedrera).  Looking at these imposing, austere figures it’s easy to understand why poet Pere Gimferrer called the roof of La Pedrera “the garden of warriors”.

For those new to Journey Photographic, you can see more pictures of Gaudi’s ‘Rooftop Warriors’ here.

17 thoughts on “Rooftop Warriors (IV), La Pedrera, Barcelona

    • Thanks Andy. The light was so harsh and direct I didn’t initially give much for my chances of getting anything more than ‘postcard’ pictures, but then I released the strong contrast was exactly what these needed.

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