Ceramics and Night Photography

We did some shopping for typical ceramics, and for that we went out to a town called Manises, which is known for its ceramics.  Although the economy (and encroachment of cheaper wares made in China) has caused some of the shops to close down, we were still able to find a couple shops, including a warehouse-like area.







Later in the day, we visited a museum that has ruins of the older Roman and Arab layers of Valencia, and spent some time around the Plaza de la Reina and the Torres Serranos with my aunt and uncle. While we were in that area, I tried my hand at night photography without a tripod.  Here are some of the results.

5-plaza reina night

4-night miguelete


6-torres serranos night


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