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My travel sketchbook: Ibiza Town

Ibiza’s charms not only manifested themselves in the photography i featured on The Daily Norm on Wednesday but in a little artwork too. For despite long working hours and a lot of time out and about, I occasionally returned to my hotel before nightfall and one such late afternoon return was accompanied by a precious sunset which sunk over the island’s famous Dalt Vila. This area – the old town of Ibiza’s capital – is the very antithesis of the club scene for which the island is better renowned – a historical citadel clustered around a domineering hill all set within mighty great ancient walls and crowned with a cathedral on top. It was this ancient view that I was lucky enough to enjoy from my hotel, and I could not help but open up my travel sketchbook to capture the old town, in the late afternoon sun, before I got back down to work.

Ibiza Town (2015 © Nicholas de Lacy-Brown, pen on paper)

Ibiza Town (2015 © Nicholas de Lacy-Brown, pen on paper)

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  1. Bob Arias #

    Awesome,  your sketch is almost like looking out my window! Thanks…Ibiza may be on my next list.

    Bob

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    From:”The Daily Norm” Date:Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 2:17 PM Subject:[New post] My travel sketchbook: Ibiza Town

    delacybrown posted: “Ibiza’s charms not only manifested themselves in the photography i featured on The Daily Norm on Wednesday but in a little artwork too. For despite long working hours and a lot of time out and about, I occasionally returned to my hotel before nightfall an”

    April 25, 2015

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