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The Mountain

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Hypnotic timelapse shot from Spain's highest peak.

If the name Terje Sorgjerd sounds familiar, it may because you remember his eyeball-melting photos of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano that erupted in Iceland in 2010, or because you've seen his beautiful time-lapse video of the northern lights in Russia. In much the same vein comes "The Mountain," a spectacular time-lapse of the Milky Way shot from El Teide, Spain's highest peak. From his......read more

Spain Slashes Subsidies for Renewables

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With bleak European prospects, clean energy companies focus on other markets

With Spain in the midst of an economic meltdown, the Spanish government has cut off aid to the domestic renewable energy industry -- once the most heavily subsidized in Europe. Faced with an empty trough, Spanish clean energy companies are responding by seeking out projects abroad.  As Todd Woody mentions at Forbes, the Spanish renewable energy giant Abengoa is making 90% of its capital......read more

Walking

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This beautifully shot film takes us on a four-day jaunt through the woods of northern Spain

Based in Valencia, Spain, Juan Rayos is an accomplished filmmaker/photographer/artist who has created work for an impressive list of clients that includes Moleskine and Abengoa. But Juan's "Walking" film is of a more personal nature. Shot during a four-day hike through the forests of Navarre in Spanish Basque country, the clip has all the serene beauty you need for inspiration to head out for a......read more

Sweet Spain

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Filmmaker Joerg Daiber delivers the latest amazing tilt-shift vid

There may be some for whom the tilt-shift phenomenon is feeling played out, but we aren't among them. There's something about the warped perspective of a miniaturized world that we can't seem to get enough of. The movement keeps going strong with this entry from Joerg Daiber of Spoonfilm, spotted over at the always-trusty Colossal. Sweet Spain was shot on Daiber's travels to Seville, Madrid......read more

Pia Riverola: Formentera

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A young Spanish photographer takes a summer boat journey to the Balearic Islands

In popular culture, Ibiza will forever be known for as the hedonistic rave center in the Mediterranean, the place where Brits go to party in the sun. That's how we think of it, anyway. But there are quieter spots in the Balearic Islands, as we discovered from these lovely film photos by Pia Riverola. Shot on a sunny boat journey in and around the island of Formentera, which sits next to Ibiza,......read more

Sunflower House

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Architecture Porn From The Mediterranean Sea in Girona, Spain

From afar the Sunflower House by Cadaval & Solà-Morales looks like a haphazard pile of toy blocks made of pristine white walls and glass windows. The unique design of the Sunflower House segments the interior spaces to create private nooks to enjoy the stunning panoramic view outside. Designed by Cadaval & Solà-Morales, the Sunflower House is located by the Mediterranean......read more

During the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump won over voters in coal country by claiming he would keep mines open, and retain coal as a prominent energy source in the U.S. His argument was an economic one: He knew that miners were worried about their jobs, and that many did not see a path forward should the mines close. But closing mines does not......read more

Marcona Almonds

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Up your snacking game with these sweet, soft almonds grown in Spain $9.00

If you like almonds (who doesn't?) and you're not yet familiar with the Marcona variety, prepare to meet your new favorite snack. Grown in Spain, "the Queen's almonds" are sweeter, softer and milder than their California cousins. Zabar's, the NYC specialty food store, offers plump Marcona almonds that are fried in oil then lightly salted, perfect for snacking, sprinkling over a salad, or serving......read more

A Spanish Road Trip

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The Perennial Plate takes a culinary journey around Spain

Here's a new instalment from The Perennial Plate, everyone's favorite food adventurers. A Spanish Road Trip finds them in--you guessed it--Spain, where the gastro-wanderers spent two weeks travelling from Basque Country to Galicia, Andalucia, and finally Barcelona. Then they edited down the footage to three minutes (much of it in diptych style) of pure goodness, soundtracked by a pretty......read more

Carla Andrade: Sleep Biocentrism

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Sweeping dreamscapes from Spain's next big photographer

Judging from this photo series, Carla Andrade has really nice dreams. For Biocentrismo del sueno (or Sleep Biocentrism, according to Google Translate), the Spanish photographer (previously) recreated images from her dreams on 35mm film. The stunning images of lonely figures in landscapes are nothing if not dreamy. Andrade describes her "photographed dreams"  using a classic quote from a......read more

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