Puente romano

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Comments (8)

Hameli on January 27, 2009

Me gusta mucho esta foto, da una gran sensación de profundidad y el agua muy bien aprovechada. A ver cuando consigo un buen programa para hacer estas cosas, me encantan.

Un saludo cordial. Hameli.

AngelGT on January 27, 2009

Gracias Hameli, el lugar no puedo dártelo, pero ya sabes donde está. En cuanto al programa, el que yo utilizo es Dynamic-Photo HDR, sencillo y potente a la vez, te lo recomiendo. Saludos.

olimpos on July 6, 2009

Wonderful scenery and HDR!!

Best regards, Andreas.

AngelGT on August 3, 2009

I`m happy that you like my photo Andreas!

The scenery is beautiful and original, the river is called Alardos, and the bridge is roman.

Best regards, Angel

Francisco Jose Rios on December 10, 2009

Bellisimo escenario.Magnifica foto.FRAN.

AngelGT on December 11, 2009

Gracias Fran. Ciertamente el lugar en si es bello y las aguas cristalinas ¡seguro que las del grifo no están tan límpias!

Un saludo,

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Atlas11 on March 2, 2010

'With regards to the Vettonians, when they first walked into the Roman camp and seeing some of the brigadiers strolling around for the enjoyment of it, thought that they were crazy and led the way towards the tents, as it was proper either to stay quiet there or else be fighting.' From Strabo's Geography. Book 3:4(16).

AngelGT on March 3, 2010

Very interesting story. Certanly Vettonians were in this part of Iberia and left their trace Atlas11.

Best regards,

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Photo taken in Madrigal de la Vera, Cáceres, Spain

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