tiny, wonderful global edition, part 3, Spain

Mini versions of Gaudi buildings, made out of meringue. Barcelona. Delicious and artistic.

I bought these tiny bananas at Barcelona's incredible market, La Boqueria. Ate them for breakfast after a sleepless night train to Granada.

I spent two weeks working on an organic farm in Northern Spain in a town of 80 people called Quilmas. We grew, picked, sold, and ate these incredible heirloom tomatoes. Most of the tomatoes were huge, but this one was sized for a gnome.

My favorite spot near the farm was this gorgeous beach, which was peppered with these plants that looked like tiny trees.

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