I have been this last weekend in a photography course in Bilbao, Spain. I was hoping that the teacher would take us to take pictures the magnificent buildings in the centre of the city. Above all the spectacular Guggenheim Museum by Frank Gehry. Last Saturday it was a gorgeous day, and the city was in a feast mood around the museum. There was Lots of people, boats, canoes and kayaks on the river and a contest of acrobatic jumps from the bridge. I was eager to go over there with my camera, but our teacher said we needed a quiet place to practice and we went to a nearby park to experiment the techniques we had learned the day before in the classroom about focusing, speed, lighting, depth of field, focal length, and so on. I thought I was going to get back home with beautiful pictures of an interesting city, and all I had were experimental pictures of trees, columns, some portraits, A fountain taken with different shutter speed to obtain the silk effect with the water and things of the like. The course was very intense: From 9 am to 9 pm. And I had my bus tickets to go back to my city Monday 9 am. I couldn’t help myself and I went in a rush with my camera early in the morning to the Guggenheim to take at least a few pictures of the museum. The sight it’s worth it . When I was approaching the museum walking thru a dark street, the fantastic building was shining like a gem, with its titanium panes reflecting the warm colors of the morning sun and the blue tones of the sky.