lunes, 31 de octubre de 2016

Days for Remembering.

These days are for remembering those lovely people that they left us some years ago. All Saints' Day.

domingo, 30 de octubre de 2016

The Watcher Pigeon

Maybe, a pigeon watchimg to find food.
B/W pictures.

sábado, 29 de octubre de 2016


Canoeists on Segura River.
The pillar belongs to Old Bridge.

viernes, 28 de octubre de 2016


Passers over Manterola's bridge.
Here, night and day view of this bridge. The river: Segura.

jueves, 27 de octubre de 2016

On the side of Auditorium

A b/w picture of a side of Auditorium of Region of Murcia.
If you want to watch a picture of main entrance, here a photo from 2008.

miércoles, 26 de octubre de 2016

The Flock

A flock of sheeps.

martes, 25 de octubre de 2016

Caramelos Cerdán

Region of Murcia is very sweet.
Region of Murcia is leader in the production of candies in Spain. It is the second national biggest exporter.
Caramelos Cerdán reached 100 years in 2014. It is the third exporter of Region of Murcia.

lunes, 24 de octubre de 2016


At Fofó park there is an artificial lake with lots of vegetation, and many aquatic animals like ducks, gooses, and turtles.
Located in Murcia city.

domingo, 23 de octubre de 2016

Holy Trinity

Modern basilica with a tower reminiscent of the Venetian style. What stands the church of the Holy Trinity is the iconographic mural altarpiece, which measures 18 meters wide and 11 high, which tries to recover the Eastern iconographic tradition.
It is located at San Pedro del Pinatar, Region of Murcia coast.

jueves, 20 de octubre de 2016

More than a Picture. Take a Moment.

Sometimes one takes a picture to have pictures in the breech to go filling the spaces of this blog.
This is one of those pictures, which once made, and in the time I'll post it, I realize flukes. Yes, because in this framework, unintentionally, I find that casually two pigeons have been framed between the grid network is seen in the photograph, in flight. A pigeon chasing each other. Or not. Simply, every pigeon is on its side.
But also I noticing even more in this photo, I find that the other side from where I've taken the photo, students of this school of dramatic art of Murcia, have nowhere else to leave their empty water bottles, the window.
Perhaps, they have been left there for a moment before entering a test of speech, or interpretation, and those water bottles have served these students to clarify their voice and be able to pass their exam. Or simply they lack all citizenship and have not had enough education of tthrowing them in the trash.
In this process of photography observation, I realized that, in this historic building (XVIII century, being the Major Seminary of San Fulgencio) not be anything to put an air conditioner in the window has occurred, spoiling the surroundings. I'm not saying that they don't have to refrigerate the classes, given that in Murcia, in May and June, reaching 35 and 40 Celsius degrees, but the technique has greatly increased and there are other ways to bring that cold air generated elsewhere to this place.
Well, I hope that you, as a visitor, you had enough time to see these details, and I wish you had found other details that have caught your attention. Thank you for devoting time to this blog.
I enjoyed stopping me a moment to see, to observe, this photograph. Sometimes I do not have enough time to take pictures, let alone to find a text accompanying the photograph that every day that I can be published. But this time, I stopped to look.
If you've read this far, you should know that this photograph was made from the School of Dramatic Art of Murcia, looking for another perspective of the Cathedral of Murcia. A building that I love.

martes, 18 de octubre de 2016

Reenactment 2016. Border Crossing.

This year was the ninth edition of this exhibition.
According to the organization (Codex Belix): "The Association Codex Belix retakes the city for a historical-military, cultural and educational recreation of multi-time character and reconstruct 2,500 years of World Military History: from Classical Greece to the American troops at Desert Storm operation, through the legionaries of the Roman Empire, almogavers, the Military Orders of the Middle ages, the War of Spanish Succession and the great conflicts that hit the world last century, from the First and Second World War to Russian involvement in Afghanistan"
This year there have been conferences like: 'Two air forces face to face; the air war in the Spanish Civil War '; about the 750th Anniversary of the Council of Murcia.
Exhibitions: exhibition '1920-1963, Poland will not surrender' in the Regional Library of Murcia, organized by the Polish Embassy.
This year they recreated: the Warsaw Uprising, 1944; as theatrical and historical, the 750th Anniversary of the Council of Murcia; Great film recreation of the Battle of World War II, the Battle of Normandy-1944 a remake of the movie "Saving Private Ryan" by Steven Spielberg; the Battle of Moscow-1941.

Image: german soldiers from WWII at a border crossing (El Malecon gardens).

jueves, 13 de octubre de 2016

Rain Clouds

At Region of Murcia we were looking forward to the rain. Too many months without seeing the rain. And it has rained well.

miércoles, 12 de octubre de 2016

Bridges Series

Although this photo was to be named "Bridges and clouds".
Certainly there is a serie, from front to background: bridge for vehicles, pedestrian bridge, bridge for vehicles, pedestrian bridge...
But it is a good news that it is going to rain in Region of Murcia.
Besides, today, October the 12th, is the Spain's National Day.

martes, 11 de octubre de 2016

Shiro Helmets

At Region of Murcia we produce the better helmets providing for professionals and non professionals. Shiro is one of the most known helmets producers, besides NZI that is also a Murcian helmets producer.
The factory is located in Torre Pacheco.

lunes, 10 de octubre de 2016

Red Ballons

Big red ballons from last wakeboarding on Segura river. On the background, the Old Bridge.

miércoles, 5 de octubre de 2016

White Horse

A white horse posing to my camera.

martes, 4 de octubre de 2016

Cervantes Building

The first work of Víctor Beltrí architect at Cartagena, the introducer of Modernist style here. Located in Main Street (Calle Mayor).
The most know of this architect's work is Gran Hotel.
Cervantes building work began in 1897 and ended in 1900. The building consists of four floors, of which the ground floor was commercial and three residential. Marble, artificial stone and brick was used.
More on wikipedia (Spanish).

lunes, 3 de octubre de 2016

Tea Time

Tea time is a very British custom that began in 19th century. More at wikipedia.
About the picture. I took at old Main Street (Calle Mayor) at Cartagena. The surroundings of this street is full of modernist style. Very beautiful.
You can see more modernist style photos at "Modernism" label (see below).

domingo, 2 de octubre de 2016

Abandoned (two)

This was an alternative to the Abandoned Theme Day from yesterday.
This abandoned building is located in the old town (Real street) at Cartagena near to Cartagena university (Faculty of Entreprise Science - UPCT) and Arsenal of Cartagena (military arsenal locations).
Military Arsenal of Cartagena is a shipyard and naval base of great importance in the Spanish Levant, built with the intention of developing the naval policy of Philip V and his secretary, the Marquis de la Ensenada.
Click here to view thumbnails of al participants in "Abandoned" Theme Day.

sábado, 1 de octubre de 2016

October'16 Theme Day. Abandoned.

The first of October starts with the Theme Day: Abandoned.
This monastery is abandoned.
It was built by the Franciscan Order in the sixteenth century under the patronage of the Marquis of Velez. From this period dates the main facade in which the shields are those referred Franciscans and Velez.
As a green oasis in the arid fields of Cartagena around the monastery lay a fertile and luxuriant orchards and gardens.
In the nineteenth century the monastery was disentailed and began the ruin of the monastery. Some chapels with frescoes of the XVII century were demolished. It was purchased by individuals who made several reforms to make private house.
Today, despite having been declared of Cultural Interest by decree of February 28th 1992, the monastery is in a lamentable state of ruin due to neglect.
It is located next to the Mar Menor, before arriving at La Manga.
All about that monastery, here (Spanish).

Click here to see thumbnails of all participants.