Coincidence or Something Else

April 28, 2006 at 9:06 am 2 comments

My sister asked what my project “Lines” was all about. It’s about a collection of photographs that have strong linear imaging. For example, the following photograph of the U of T’s Grad house has stong lines in the image.

Grad House

Last night we went out with our Spanish class. This story is really freaky in the sense that it really shows how small this world is. In my class is this wonderful woman from Australia. She’s here visiting her daughter who lives here in Barcelona with her Catalan boyfriend. Last night they came out with us. It turns out that the Catalan boyfriend is a good friend of one of Alex’s friends from Toronto. Think about it. Alex met someone, through one of my friends who is an aquaintance of one of her friends. Really strange.

Before we went for tapas we walked through an area called Born in the old town and went into Santa Maria del Mar. Here are some photos but check out Alex’s blog as she goes into more detail and pics. She also talks about the tapas bar we went to.

Santa Maria del Mar

Catedral Santa Maria del Mar

Entry filed under: Alan's Blog, Barcelona, Blog, Friends, Spain.

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. joann  |  April 28, 2006 at 11:45 am

    I love the picture of the cathedral. The colours are beautiful. You should read the Celestine Phrophesy which discusses the idea of synchronicity (to explain the friend of the friend).
    Love JoAnn

  • 2. guerson  |  April 28, 2006 at 7:13 pm

    just for the record – my report of the tapas outing and the church visit is upcoming!


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