Jason De Caires Taylor is at it again !

Jason De Caires Taylor is at it again !

You probably dont know who this is and that is what is so cool about the net, stumbling across this kind of thing. I met Jason once upon a time on a dive boat in Grenada. He gave me some tips on shooting underwater footage. This is the kind of thing he does...

But the news is that he just signed up to do one of his famous 'parks' in Lanzarote ! And as usual each one has some fantastic ideas for new sculptures. His work isnt just underwater it is distinctly meaningful. And you have the chance to be moulded into one of his underwater characters, he likes people is a common theme in his work. I sugest you head over to his site to see some inspirational work. Long may he continue to make interesting dive sites and also snorkle sites as they are never too deep.

Thanks Jason ! Visit Underwater Sculpture >>

 

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Day 14: Blogging España Style!

Day 14: Blogging España Style!

Well, it’s time to sign out from Spain. Two weeks is just not enough in this awe-inspiring country but I will return to bring more news next time of the fashion, food, lifestyle, and culture out here.

So, with a heavy heart, I’ll board the aircraft to London soon, hoping it’s not struck by lightning this time!

On a final note, stay tuned to Style Review, as I’ll be reviewing Fast & Furious 6 next week and getting up close and personal with one of the actual cars used in the film (one of the few that survived the crashes I assume).

Hasta la proxima!

@jsmithwriter

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Day 13: Blogging España Style!

Day 13: Blogging España Style!

I’ve been in the ‘bubble’ of marina life for two weeks - much disconnected from the realities of working Spain - but just up the road here is the city of El Ejido that is worth a visit for a bit of local culture.

More a town than a city in size, it’s furiously hot and dusty in the summer and scares many tourists away with its unattractive industrial outskirts and ‘plasticos’ - a sea of greenhouses supporting the thriving local fruit and vegetable industry.

And yet, if you look under the surface, the city is rich in culture.  There is an abundance of restaurants and bars, and if you’re lucky, you might catch some Andaluz flamenco music, unforgettable and authentic.

@jsmithwriter

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Day 12: Blogging España Style!

Day 12: Blogging España Style!

Today, under unusually leadened skies and after a strong ‘café con leche’, I took a stroll around the local flea market run by a German chap. The stallholders hailed from diverse backgrounds: local Spanish and Moroccan, plus German and English nationals. There’s a bizarre mix of stuff on offer from some fairly exotic-looking furniture and antiques, to DVDs, bohemian jewellery, books, tools, and television sets. A good place to get a bargain and brush up on the haggling skills.

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Day 11: Blogging España Style!

Day 11: Blogging España Style!
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