Danielle Lancashire

I can’t stop thinking about the amount of intricate detail that fills the Nasrid palaces. Especially in comparison to the later parts that were built by the Spanish that are plain plaster and terracotta.

An intricate archway from inside the nasrid palace. The archway is pure darkness, but the surround is filled with intricate hand carved patterns in the stone. There are remnants of a deep blue paint that previously filled the engravings.