Photographer's Note

The spires, steps, arches, and colonnades of the Castillo Colomares (Colomares Castle) at Benalmadena Pueblo, Spain. This unusual monument is a photographer’s dream with plants and beautifully kept gardens all laid out to display and complement the Byzantine, Roman, Gothic and Mudejar architecture perfectly. Built by Esteban Martin and two stonemasons from nearby Mijas, it took from 1987 to 1994 to create this masterpiece that pays homage to Christopher Columbus and his discovery of America. This part of the castle, for me, has decidedly Indian influences especially in the design of the building on the very right of the image.

Apologies for the watermark; some of my images posted on TE have been hi-jacked and are now being used commercially on other websites, without my permission. I am realistic enough to know it is impossible to stop people sharing images on other sites and I have no real issue with that………but to make money from them is another matter.

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