Description Liars Square is a small square of Cadiz, currently featured as closely linked to the carnival space.With a triangular and rectangular layout it is the main axis of a neighborhood that was founded in 1755 to complete the city between the quarters of Carlos III and the Plaza de San Antonio. In that place a shrine is carved by the will of the Brotherhood of the Holy Christ of the End, later called Cross of Truth. Ironic name, because, it was where the unemployed gathered to circulate all kinds of rumors, lies and uncertain news, so it was renamed Plaza of the Cross of Lies.
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.