Benalmadena Pueblo / by Sarah Robertson

Benalmadena Pueblo is exactly what I imagined a small little southern Spanish town would look like. We sort of stumbled upon it by accident while we were looking for another location to explore. However, hunger set in pretty intensely while driving through the town and so we stopped for lunch. It was so picturesque. The view of the ocean was absolutely stunning. The thing that really stole my heart was walking the side streets of this little village. The details everywhere – laundry hanging outside someone’s window, the intricate details of the tile work, even the ever so subtle street art. It was a great little place to sit back and just enjoy.  [Shot on Portra 400 taken with a Mamiya 645]