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        Couple Photography | Alex & Laura

        In a photogenic city like Madrid you can easily lose yourself in the quaint, narrow streets illuminated by the warm afternoon light. Breathtaking. Sometimes I would like to freeze these magical moments. Luckily I did have the chance to capture some beautiful instants of these two lovers strolling through the streets of Lavapies with its distinctive architecture and atmosphere. It is a vibrant, diverse neighbourhood and I love the cultural scene, bars and street art there. 

        After dancing down the hill, they were ready for a change and went to the Jardines del Templo de Debod—they say you have the best view for romantic sunsets here. Unfortunately we were not the only ones considering it as the place was packed with tourists and people—do not visit it on Saturday afternoons! 

        So I had to improvise as even Photoshop could not have erased the crowds of people. For that reason we escaped in between the palm trees. The best that could happen to me … I have an inexplicable passion for the plants, and the results are just stunning.

        Thank you both for this intimate couple shooting enriched by your spontaneity.

        Couple strolling around Lavapies
        Couple photography in Lavapies in Madrid
        Dancing in the streets of Madrid
        Couple photography in Lavapies in Madrid
        Couple photography in Lavapies in Madrid
        laughing couple in Lavapies
        Couple photography in Lavapies in Madrid
        Couple photography in Madrid
        Couple photography in Madrid
        Portrait shooting with natural light
        Couple photography in golden light in Madrid
        Couple photography in Madrid
        Happy couple in Lavapies
        Couple kissing in Madrid, Lavapies
        Close-up of Couple in Black and white
        Couple shooting Templo debod in Madrid
        Couple shooting between the palm trees
        Couple shooting between the palmtrees
        Couple shooting between the palm trees
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