This work belongs to a student of the School of Arts and Crafts of Murcia.
I like this type of art in which the artist use something that is no longer useful, to create a work of art. Or to make society thinking.
Spectacular hailstorm in some places at Region of Murcia.
Storm clouds, and steady fall of temperatures, has generated this spectacle of nature, quite harmful to agriculture. Although very beautiful to see.
3D printers attract a lot of attention.
In several booths from SeCyT 2016 we could see homemade printers, printers developed by universities, printers developed by private companies.
In the image: printer making a small red dinosaur. In the background, making a green pot.
It is amazing how many things can be done with these types of printers.
Let's learn a little of physics.
What you see in the image above is named "Chladni figures": "patterns formed by a granular substance on a flat surface vibrating in an own way.
As mechanical waves propagate through an extended object, they do so in all directions. Depending on the characteristic lengths of the body, the boundary conditions that it imposes on the waves can induce the resonance of some of the frequency components of the incident disturbance.
Depending on the vibrational frequency used, you will get one type of drawing or another." (Source: Wikipedia)
Image: at SeCyT 2016. Using differents colour sands, and a type of vibrational frequency, we get the image above.
After 15 years celebrating the Week of Science and Technology (Semana de la Ciencia y la Tecnología, SECyT, in Spanish), every time is having more acceptance among the Murcian public.
The Seneca Foundation (organizer of this event) gets year after year, bringing science and technology to the general public. A great effort. From here I would like to congratulate them.
We also thank to the public and private institutions (universities, colleges, enterprises) that offer their knowledge to understand the science and technology that surrounds us, offering the opportunity to play technologically advanced equipment, as well as the possibility of experimenting, So that children and adolescents, have an interest in these issues and see a future employment in these cases.
➕ 350 activities
🔬 46 participating entities
It is located at El Malecon gardens. From November 11 to 13, 2016.
Previous weeks of SECyT, here.
Between Lieutenant General Gutierrez Mellado Av. and Alfonso X "The Wise", there is a building (a little bit ugly) of the Spanish Government. It is named: Multi-Service Building (Edificio de Servicios Múltiples).
In this building there are:
- DELEGATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF SPAIN IN THE REGION OF MURCIA
- PRESS OFFICE
- Office of Information and Attention to the citizen. Office 060
- GENERAL REGISTRY OF THE DELEGATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF SPAIN IN MURCIA
- Citizens' Rights and Citizen Security (Legal Service)
- Industry and Energy
- Inspectorate of Education
- Agriculture and Fisheries
Another perspective of this beautiful place: Monastery of Las Claras.
The garden was designed to have fruits during all year. It is divided in four places where there are fruit trees in each site that offer fruits each season of the year.
I mean, there is a piece of ground for those fruit trees that could be recollected in autumn, a piece of ground for those fruit trees that could be recollected in winter, and so on.
The entrance is free and they offer a free guide tour.
This is the Patio del Alcázar (Courtyard of Fortress) at Monastery of Las Claras. An Alcázar is a Spanish palace or fortress of Moorish origin.
During XI century, in this place was the Palace of Ibn Mardanis (here in English)or King Wolf by christians (a Moorish king), but this alcázar, called Al Dar al Sugra, which are currently remains, was partially destroyed after the capture of the city by the Almohads in 1172.
Later, with the creation of the Third Taifa of Murcia, Murcian king Ibn Hud built between 1228 and 1238, on the same site as the old palace, conceived likewise as a pleasure palace.
On Islamic-Moorish palace of the murcian emir Ibn Hud the monastery of Santa Clara was founded, which since 1365 houses the Poor Clares. In this building confluence of several centuries of history and different cultures like the Islamic, Gothic and Baroque. The museum space and nuns live in harmony.
Andalusí archeology section is located in the halls of the former Islamic palace of the XIII century, where also representative collections of Islamic art and archeology throughout the Region of Murcia are exposed.
Preserves one of the oldest Arab pools of Spain.
Source: Wikipedia, murciaturistica.es and museosdemurcia.com
Next to Santo Domingo Square and Alfonso X the Wise avenue, is the Monastery of Santa Clara la Real. It is unmistakable for its famous facade with its 2 towers lattices. Here a photo of its facade that I took in 2009.
The present church belongs to the eighteenth century, but sits on a primitive temple of gothic origin of the XVI century. This in turn is built on the site of what was once an Islamic palace of the XII century.
Gothic church has just reached us the high choir. It is a very typical square starry vault Gothic room . The paintings that decorate the vault represent the classic struggle between good and evil. Incredible are the representatives of the Army of Darkness: spectacular dragons.
The Theme Day for the first of month this time is: Out of focus.
This is perfect to recover those pìctures that for any reason the photo was unfocused ;)
About this picture: a duck and a turtle at Fofo's park.
Siguiendo la corriente de la comunidad CityDailyPhoto, me he propuesto dejar en este blog fotos de Murcia, como forma de mostrar al mundo qué joya de ciudad y de provincia tenemos. Agradecer al creador de ParisDailyPhoto su gran idea de mostrar la ciudad de uno mismo desde otro punto de vista. Following the tide of community CityDailyPhoto, I proposed to leave in this blog photos of Murcia, as a way to show to the world what a jewel of city and province we have. Thanks to the creator of ParisDailyPhoto for his great idea to show the city of oneself from another angle.
The Region of Murcia is located in the southeastern of Spain, between Andalusia (west), Castilla-La Mancha (North), Valencia (East) and the Mediterranean Sea (South).
The city of Murcia is the capital of the Region. Other major cities are: Cartagena, Lorca, Caravaca de la Cruz, Jumilla, Yecla, Bullas, Mazarrón, Aguilas ...