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Carlos Lorenzo
Works at Data Manager and IT at H1, Barcelona. Photographer and English Philologist
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Lives in Barcelona, Spain
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Clever bus stop ad makes people believe meteors are striking the street

If we have to get advertising everywhere, is should all be as fun as this bus shelter ad in London, where they used augmented reality to make passengers believe that meteors were striking the city or a tiger was freely roaming through the street.
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So sad so true
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Colossal: Camera Enthusiast Builds a Coffee Shop Shaped Like an Enormous Rolleiflex Camera.
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Breaking News: Facebook is buying Oculus, maker of the hit virtual reality headset, for $2 billion:
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Stats don't lie, fair play does not lie, Messi's hat trick does not lie. Real Madrid 3 - FCBarcelona 4
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Congrats with the massively important win!! :D :D
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Great pic. Although I'm not really into blood sausage, I realise that it's a Catalan staple and probably delicious!
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More stuff like this please, people! Thanks, Carlos. Nice photo and informative post too.

On another note: I'm already tired of the spammy photos used just to put links...

Unless you own the rights to the photos, you shouldn't be using them to promote yourself!
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Photographer. Data Manager and IT
photographer, data manager, English philology, database programming
  • Data Manager and IT at H1, Barcelona. Photographer and English Philologist
    Photographer. Data Manager and IT, present
  • Data Manager, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
  • Data Manager Assistant, Hospital de Sant Pau
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Barcelona, Spain
Photographer, Data Manager and IT. Blogger at Barcelona Photoblog. Social media enthusiast
Carlos Lorenzo is a photographer from Barcelona, Spain. He publishes articles and pictures of Barcelona since February, 2006. He has a degree in English philology and currently works as data manager and database programmer in clinical trials for the pharmaceutical industry. He is also a social media enthusiast and you usually find him at

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Barcelona Street Photography

Barcelona Street Photography. Street photographs of Barcelona by Carlos Lorenzo. Monday, November 14, 2011. From my balcony: Drummers (Barce

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The first time I saw a Caganer (the defecator) in a nativity scene I was nothing short of shocked. The squatting figurine, a farmer caught w

Caganers: A Wonderfully Weird Christmas Tradition in Cataluyna, Spain

¨Dung is no saint, but where it falls it works miracles.¨ - Spanish proverb The first time I saw a Caganer (the defecator) in a nativity sce


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Casa Batlló one of the most exuberant and renowned representatives of Modernisme or Catalan Art Nouveau in Barcelona, by Antoni Gaudí, is located at Passeig de Gracia, 43. Built between 1875 and 1877, became the property of Josep Batlló Casanovas by 1900 who first thought of demolition but then fortunately after four years decided to commission Gaudí to renovate the building. These few words are just an introduction to the whole story which you can discover along with excellent pictures at the official Casa Batlló Site. You almost have to stand in line for a good shot here, flashes firing all over your head, so I guess I must be travelling in somebody's photograph on the way home.
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Nice calçots and grill, beautiful place (old country house or masia), good service. A little pricey.
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