Friends and Photography: Alicia Miguélez Cavero

by Nandia Foteini Vlachou

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“Mescal,” the Consul said, almost absent-mindedly. What had he said? Never mind. Nothing less than mescal would do. But it mustn’t be a serious mescal, he persuaded himself. ” No, Señor Cervantes,” he whispered, “mescal, poquito.”

Under the Volcano, Malcolm Lowry (1947)

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Palmela Wine Cellar, © Alicia Miguélez Cavero

Palmela Wine Cellar, © Alicia Miguélez Cavero

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[Alicia Miguélez Cavero is a talented, young (and I mean really, very young) researcher from León. She specializes in medieval illuminated manuscripts and is fluent in French, English and German. She is also very generous with her friends, supportive, optimistic and a fervent yoga practitioner. In short, something of a rarity in the academic world. She took this lovely, evocative picture during the Nunc est bibendum conference, organized in Palmela a December weekend. There is absolutely no relationship between Mezcal and Moscatel, except for the fact that they share a lot of letters]

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