Near the Mar Menor lagoon in Murcia, Spain in „La Manga“ camping wintertime is full of retirement age people from across Europe. They enjoy Spanish sunshine living in caravans, campers and motorhomes. Watching these people I was wondering: why do they sell their homes at that age, leave grandchildren and go for a journey in foreign country of thousands of kilometers away to live half year in the car? Why are the elders dancing at the parties like crazy and the youngest dancer on the dance floor is seventy-five? I invite you to read the stories of the joy and wisdom I have recorded in the of the Lithuanian IQ LIFE MAGAZINE June issue, 2019Read More
When I came to Andalucia, I was warned that people are religious here. I was lucky enough to see and photograph the processions and preparations of Semana Santa, Children’s Semana Semana. Now when I hear the drums outside the window, I know Patron responsible for water, health or other vital things goes through the city.
When I was asking these women in portraits in the Spring Fair, why they adore to dress in these dresses- all as one said, that traje de falmenca is very beautiful, their mothers and grandmothers were dressing like this long time ago, and the traditions of Andalusia are wonderful and it’s a matter of honor to keep and protect them.Read More
If your life is black and white, if you lack color, here it is. Colors, aromas and flowers. All in "La fiesta de los patios", Córdoba. Each every year, for two weeks, the town people open their doors for the festival to showcase the most beautiful hidden gems.Read More
SEMANA SANTA is a week before Easter. In the region of Andalusia, Spain culturally and liturgically it is the most important week of the year. Every day, the church fraternities travel through the streets of the cities, carrying Christ‘s and Mary's thrones. In the thrones 16th-18th centuries sculptures, decorated in gold, silver and flowers.Read More