DescriptionFerrol (Galician pronunciation: [ferl]), sometimes in Spanish El Ferrol, is a city in the province of A Corua in Galicia, located on theAtlantic coast in north-western Spain. As of 2007, it has an urban population of 77,859 and a metropolitan area population of over 241,528.The city has been a major naval shipbuilding centre from the 18th century, being the capital of the Spanish Navys Maritime Department of the North since the time of the early Bourbons. Today, the city is also known as the home of the shipbuilding yards of Navantia.The city was the birthplace of the Spanish General Francisco Franco in 1892, and was officially known as El Ferrol del Caudillo from 1938 to 1982. It was also the birth place of the founder of the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE), Pablo Iglesias, in 1850.
My work has been published in journals, photography books and exhibited in Galleries. Some of my images have been purchased by private collectors.
Most images were taken in Galicia. a region in the north of Spain. Small coastal towns bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, breathtaking panoramas taken in lowlight conditions enhance the natural beauty of this part of the world.