domingo, 30 de junio de 2019


Although the perspective places us in the Serengeti park, this photo was taken in the Terra Natura Murcia Park.

viernes, 28 de junio de 2019

Summer Scene

It is doesn't matter the place, just the moment is important.

miércoles, 26 de junio de 2019

The Sound of Water

I am passionate about water. And, above all, from the sea. My most relaxing moment of the year comes in summertime. Listening to the sounds of water. I love it.

lunes, 24 de junio de 2019

Inner Courtyard

Inner courtyard of the House Museum of the Wine Horses (Casa Museo de los Caballos del Vino, Caravaca de la Cruz, Regio of Murcia). This space dedicated to the Caballos del Vino (Wine Horses) is located in the old house of the family Muso Muñoz Melgarejo, from the 18th century, which has been totally restored. It is a journey through its origins until the present, where all aspects of the festivity are represented: the bareback horses, the design, embroidery and piece of harnessing, the Race...
The aim is to proudly transmit and spread, through several rooms and audiovisuals, the roots and the present situation of a celebration that is currently a candidate to be listed as Intangible Cultural Heritage. (Source:

sábado, 22 de junio de 2019

Flowery Butterflies

One of the areas that were decorated (for Spring Festivities) with flowers is this roundabout located in Ronda Norte (City of Murcia).

jueves, 20 de junio de 2019

The Art of Recycling

More and more we have to be aware that recycling is the future of the Earth.
Picture: from an exhibition art at a mall, where the artist has used many parts of leftover trash found at sea or in ditches and elsewhere.

martes, 18 de junio de 2019

The Observer

I like to take picture from people that don't know that they are being observed.
Picture: at "Siete" exhibition when the artist was painting a fresco, but people didn't leave artist working.

domingo, 16 de junio de 2019

Painting in the Sky

I love how nature can paint in the sky.

miércoles, 12 de junio de 2019

Painting Artist

During some days, the artist Pedro Cano is painting a fresco at Veronicas exhibition room being part of the exhibition art: Seven (Siete).

lunes, 10 de junio de 2019

Stairway to Art

The painting is asking for a ladder. It seems that a figure from the fresco is holding out its hand for taking it.

sábado, 8 de junio de 2019

Seven - Siete

This new project by the artist Pedro Cano was originated in August 1991, when ten thousand desperate Albanian refugees arrived at the Italian port of Bari aboard on the Vlora ship. Pedro Cano, overwhelmed by the conditions in which they arrived, then he painted some scenes on some papers that now, almost thirty years later, have become the works of Seven.
The exhibition can be visited at Veronicas exhibiton room, a former catholic church. Very beutiful.

jueves, 6 de junio de 2019

Learning with the Artist

It is fortunate to see an exhibition of an artist that I follow his work, and that the artist is there to be able to hear his point of view on his work.
The artist, Murcian artist: Pedro Cano. The name of the exhibition: Seven. At Veronicas exhibition room.
The exhibition consists of seven black and white triptychs (21 works of 120 by 180 centimeters), in addition to drawings and material from the artist's studio.

martes, 4 de junio de 2019

MurciaDailyPhoto Turns 11

Since 11 years ago, I'm trying to publish a photo each day, although last years I have not enough time to publish with so much regularity. Since the beginning, more than 2500 pictures have been published. And all that started visiting ParisDailyPhoto (I miss it).
Anyway, I like a lot to take photos since I was a child when my parents and a uncle of mine bought their first reflex camera (I think a Nikon).

Hope you are enjoying the stories and the pictures that it has been published at MurciaDailyPhoto. I invite you to visit old pictures on that blog. I also invite you to visit those blogs that are part of CityDailyPhoto bloggers community.

lunes, 3 de junio de 2019

Caravaca de La Cruz

"Caravaca de la Cruz is a town located on northwest of Region of Murcia, border to Granada. The Iberians, Romans and Muslims all passed through this town, which has developed around its Castle, built in the 15th century and commissioned by the Knights Templar. However, Caravaca is essentially the holy town, the town of the cross that carries its name. According to legend, in 1232 the Moorish King Abu Zeid was converted to Christianity when he saw how two angels brought a cross down from heaven to a priest held prisoner in the castle in order for him to give mass. This legend led to the construction, as from 1617 and on the site of the fortress itself, of the main monument of this town in the north-east of Murcia, the Chapel of La Vera Cruz. The most important feature of this building is its luxurious façade, made from red marble excavated in Cehegín and which offers a complete exaltation to the Holy Cross.
Caravaca de la Cruz, Holy Town. In 1998 the Pope awarded Caravaca de la Cruz the Jubilee Year, making this town the fifth in the world, together with four other cities (Santiago de Compostela, Santo Toribio de Liébana, Roma and Jerusalem), to be allowed to celebrate the Perpetual Jubilee. This means that the Holy See allows the town to celebrate the Holy Year every seven years in perpetuum at the Chapel of La Vera Cruz, the next Jubilee Year at Caravaca de la Cruz being the year 2024. However this Chapel, which also has an interesting Holy Art and History Museum, is not the only religious monument in Caravaca. There are interesting 16th century churches, such as: La Soledad, today converted into an Archaeological Museum; El Salvador, considered to be the most representative work of the Murcian Renaissance; La Purísima; and the Convent of the Carmelites. In terms of civil government, it is worth highlighting the Town Hall building, which dates from the 18th century." (Source:
Image: Caravaca old town view.

domingo, 2 de junio de 2019

Running of Wine Horses

Wine horses. Caravaca de la Cruz.
"The origins of that fiesta are lost between history and legend. According to tradition, when the Templar fortress of Caravaca was besieged by the Granada Moors, around 1250, and the inhabitants needed water to supply themselves, since the reservoirs were exhausted, a group of Templar Knights crossed the Muslim site, with the consequent risk that it entailed
Unable to get water in the Campillo de los Caballeros, they loaded wine in skins on the back of their horses. They returned quickly and with a spectacular career they mocked the enemy siege to take the liquid to the defenders of the Castle, where the Relic of the Holy Cross was already kept, since 1231." (From Wikipedia)
To see what happen in that fiesta, I invite you to watch the following video:
Picture: at Wine Horses Fiesta Museum. Harnessed horse statue.

jueves, 30 de mayo de 2019

Look at Me!

For a few days I will comment on a fiesta of Caravaca de la Cruz, at northwest of Region of Murcia: The horses of wine (Los caballos del vino). A fiesta that has been requested to be Unesco's Intangible Heritage.
That fiesta is helding every May 1st and 2nd.

martes, 28 de mayo de 2019


"Taraxacum is a large genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae, which consists of species commonly known as dandelions. The genus is native to Eurasia and North America, but the two commonplace species worldwide, T. officinale and T. erythrospermum, were introduced from Europe and now propagate as wildflowers." (From Wikipedia)
Image: Seedhead of a Dandelion flower.

domingo, 26 de mayo de 2019

Acts Murcia

Logo from Actúa Murcia 2019 (May 17th and 18th 2019).
Two stages open to the participation of interpreters: dance, theatre, humor, painting, urban art, music.

viernes, 24 de mayo de 2019

Actua Murcia 2019

Last May 17th & 18th 2019, it was held Actua Murcia 2019 (Acts Murcia 2019). A music party during those evening days. Dance groups, music bands (pop, rock), music soloits. At Glorieta de España (near to Town Hall).

miércoles, 22 de mayo de 2019

Pianos on Streets 2019

Last May 11th 2019, it was held "Pianos en la calle 2019" (Pianos on streets 2019). It is a project of Klavier (private company of musical instruments), organized together with the City Council of Murcia, in collaboration with Clamo Music, organizer of the V International Piano Competition "Región of Murcia" 2019.
This year, 11 pianos placed in different locations in the city of Murcia, where anyone could touch them (registration required). From 11: 00h to 20: 30h (uninterrupted).
Image: at former artillery barrack square.

lunes, 20 de mayo de 2019


A few years ago (2 or 3 years), this hundred-year-old ficus had to be completely pruned after a few days of strong wind that caused the fall of one of its great branches that, fortunately, did not produce any personal accident.
Now, during spring, it has "revival" again, and it looks really beautiful.
At Saint Domingo square.

sábado, 18 de mayo de 2019

From Old Bridge

A b&w view from the Old Bridge.
River: Segura.
Background, on the left: Manterola bridge.

jueves, 16 de mayo de 2019

Flower Umbrella

At Romea square, spring is surrounding the city.
Background: Romea Theatre.

martes, 14 de mayo de 2019

Enjoying Terraces

Time to time (more often with good temperatures),it is necessary to go out to to have a drink (soft drinks, beers, ...) with friends (study by the University of MurciaDailyPhoto ;))

domingo, 12 de mayo de 2019

Cathedral Tower Perspective

Another perspective for the bellring tower of Cathedral of Murcia.
Please, visit labels to know more about that Baroque symbol.

viernes, 10 de mayo de 2019


I have no knowledge about butterflies, so I cannot say something about it.
I had not used any zoom to capture it, it just waited for the picture.

miércoles, 8 de mayo de 2019

Red Roses

Red roses at artillery barrack gardens.

domingo, 5 de mayo de 2019

Mondo Sonoro Stage. Warm Up 2019.

Last day for Warm Up 2019.
In that time, picture captured at Apostles Square (behind Cathedral of Murcia).
Very good weather to enjoy live music.

sábado, 4 de mayo de 2019

Warm Up 2019 Somos Murcia

As I commented in a previous post, WARM UP is the most popular music festival at Region of Murcia.  A note: Warm Up is the acronyms of: we are Region of Murcia
In addition to going through the box office in the enclosure, during the week there are free concerts, and on Saturday and Sunday, 3 stages, and the most important stages,  at  Apostoles Square and Romea Square (in the image). 3 bands on those scenarios.
In the image: Fernando Rubio & The Inner Demons, a very recommended band if you like good rock & roll, american r'n'r (from Cartagena, Region of Murcia).

viernes, 3 de mayo de 2019

Warm Up 2019

This is not my best picture but is a way to show the Warm Up 2019 enclosure (behind the fence).
Warm Up is a more than a music festival (a week for music, art, documentary films), although there are 2 main days with live music in that enclosure (May 3rd ant 4th).
6 stages, where there will be dance music, indie music, pop music, pop-rock music. 66 performances during 2 days. This year the main bands and musicians are:
 - International:
The Jesus and Mary Chain
Two Door Cinema Club
Noell Gallagher's High Flying Birds.

- National:
Vetusta Morla
La M.O.D.A