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Tossa de Mar is a little village on the northeast coast of Spain, la 'Costa Brava'. Named as the 'Blue paradise' by none other than Marc Chagall, it has been the scenario for dozens of national and international artists, being the filming of Pandora and the Flying Dutchman in 1950 the most iconic. Now Tossa is a new scenario for both local and foreign tourists that roam its streets and beaches since late spring to almost the first days of autumn. I was able to explore Tossa during some days in May on a photography workshop run by local photohtaphers Jota Barros, David Salcedo and Rafa Badia (the TRI-X) and came with my own vision of Tossa: 10 photographs, my Tossa-X.

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