Hands… What do I do with my hands? Not much, because I actually am very clumsy. But, I am a decent cook apparently, given your reactions to the prompt of yesterday. And I photograph a lot, but if you are a regular visitor to this website, you already know that. By the way, if you are new here, I am Ingrid and on this website, I publish photographic tales of my trips all over Europe. Check out my other websites in the sidebar.

Anyway, after some time I realized that I do something else with my hands, but not as often as photography or cooking. I also make videos! Let’s be honest, I am an amateur and still have a lot to learn. Anyway, if you check my social links – also in the sidebar! – you will notice that I also have a YouTube channel.

This is the most popular video on that channel:

I have featured this crypt before; have a look here. It’s one of the most beautiful crypts in Belgium and the cemetery – where you can find it – is very photogenic as well.

Anyway, this is one of the most recent videos that I have made and I haven’t featured it on this website before:

I shot this video in the Alpujarra, a mountainous region between Granada and Almeria (south of Spain, Andalucia). The Alpujarra stretches over 2 provinces, Granada and Almeria; from west to east, you drive about 80 kilometers. In other words, this is a very big area and so far, Lars and I have only explored a small part of it.

Lanjaron – where we started – is actually a spa town. It’s quite picturesque, but every time we are there, we can never get rid of our car. And the spa itself is quite expensive… Trevelez, on the other hand, is one of the highest mountain towns in Spain and is known for its air-cured hams. In my opinion, these 2 destinations are quite touristic.

Nevertheless, Lars – my Danish travel buddy – will return here. We have plans to explore the smaller towns and villages in this area, especially Bubión, Capileira, and Pampaneira, which are supposed to be very photogenic. But that’s after the lockdown, of course.

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