Sunday, June 28, 2009

Bulls and Horses

The day before yesterday we went to watch the matadors test the bulls to see if they were capable enough for a bull fight. It was a one of a kind experience that's for sure. It was a lot more artistic than I thought. The matadors were also incredibly brave to be out there with charging animals. Although blood was visible on the bulls and the matadors' pants were tighter than should be allowed, I loved this part of the trip! I took some really cool photos.
Yesterday we went with our On Assignment groups (mine is Hanna, Jamie and Clark) to start our photojournalism project. Our group is to observe the comparison between setting and people. We met some interesting people. Hanna and I wandered into a meat market. It smelled really great! Last night was by far my favorite part so far. We went to the Arab baths. We walked through downtown Granada with towels and bathing suits looking like absolute tourists, so by the time we got there it was a relief ha. The massage was AMAZING. It almost put me to sleep.
Today we went to an equestrian center to take photos of the riders and their horses and tonight we are going to a bar to watch the US/Brazil game. ADIOSS!

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