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Alex Díaz

Alexandre Díaz Lorenzo, freelance photographer from Tijarafe on the island of La Palma. Maybe by fate, maybe because it was meant to be, losing my job in 2012, a job that I liked and that for years had filled my life, was an opportunity to try to turn my passion into my profession, who wouldn't want that? ..., and that's how my new challenge began. For this I decided to enter the "Escuela de Arte y Diseño Superior Manolo Blahnik" in Santa Cruz de La Palma, with the aim of developing and deepening my self-taught knowledge with official photography studies. The school gives me the opportunity not only to continue learning, but also to share with colleagues who are advancing as I am in this world and with professionals, who share their experience and trajectory with us. I understand photography as a way of personal expression, a way of transmitting feelings and sensations, images that teach us and speak to us. I want to share my moments with you, to transport you to other places, to show from another point of view every event in the world that surrounds us?
27.10.2021
Photographer: Alex Díaz
27.10.2021
Photographer: Alex Díaz
26.10.2021
Photos: Alex Díaz, Saúl Santos
27.10.2021
Playa de la Veta beach can only be reached on foot or by boat. The beach is located below the cliff in the northwest of the island. The soft sand in the bay is pleasantly soft, but the current in the water is quite strong and the seabed quickly drops deep. Photos: Alex Díaz, Ayuntamiento de Tijarafe
26.10.2021
The Roque belongs to the Caldera de Taburiente National Park. The Astrophysical Institute of the Roque de Los Muchachos explores the northern hemisphere with telescopes here. Photo: Alex Díaz
26.10.2021
The Cumbre Vieja volcanic range, about 14 km long, lies at an altitude of about 1,949 m above sea level in the south of the Canary Island of La Palma. Photo: Alex Díaz
08.11.2021
Photos: Alex Díaz, Claudia Knupfer
30.11.2021
On 19 September 2021, the volcano in the Cumbre Vieja mountain range erupted and began spewing fire, ash and lava. Photo: Alex Díaz