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Snapshot of servitude

Jul 7, 2011, 07:58 AM
Authors : Daniel
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Post date : Jul 7, 2011, 07:58 AM

Spain's economy may currently be at a risk on par with the continued liberty of certain News of the World hack(er)s, but the country remains – in this writer's mind, at least – a majestic place for a holiday.

As such, I was there last week, in the mountains north of Seville after having spent a couple of days in Malaga.

While trotting around that modest city with my wee point-and-press camera, I took dozens of snaps – as is my wont.

Among the subjects captured were examples of contemporary sculpture, the stylish graffiti on shops' shutters, ostentatious displays of catholic iconography, an amusing road sign or two, and... er... a particularly tasty lunch of fried swordfish and crispy fries.

All of which were photographed on instinct rather than intellectual consideration, revealing or at least suggesting deep-seated interests in art both lawful and not, religion, graphic design and food.

To what then, I wonder, does this snap of a port-front building allude, psychologically speaking?

I asked Taxation's editor, Mike, and he just chuckling said something along the lines of, 'My work is finally complete'.

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