This time it took me to Cordoba. Cordoba is a very special place. It is in Spain, but then it doesn’t feel like being in Spain. It’s a city from an ancient thriving world. Cordoba lies in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia. It was an important Roman city and a major Islamic center of the Moors in the Middle Ages. And the atmosphere Cordoba has is simply out of this world. Cordoba’s major site is its La Mezquita, an immense mosque dating from 784 A.D., with features an impressive columned prayer hall and older Byzantine mosaics. Later on it became a Catholic church and a Renaissance-style nave was added. Scrolling through La Mezquita, which is surrounded by pretty local shops and restaurants, I thoroughly enjoyed observing this architectural wonder and its pretty natural stones becoming one with the surrounding nature. So does all of the old architecture in Cordoba. It’s Roman bridge and the Alcazar are an extension from La Mezquita and the whole city seems to be one with nature. And this is what Patricia, when she contacted me, emphasized. She wanted her Andalucian Bridal Session look like becoming one with the city. And being a destination wedding photographer traveling around the world to capture unique moments of my clients I was excited about this bridal session. For her Cordoba wedding Patricia was wearing a stunning Liancarlo gown. By choosing the natural stones of the classic Andalusian Cordoba buildings Patricia blended well with the natural background without loosing attention to her stunning beauty. She looks like a jewel sitting in those buildings. It was fun becoming a Cordoba Wedding Photographer this time and more so a Spanish wedding photographer being able to capture not only the beauty of the surroundings but emphasizing the bride’s beauty from the modern world set in the old ages. And that’s what I do as a Spain wedding photographer – I am telling the story of my subjects with the eye of my camera.