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Comments (156)

NewerMan Man on December 5, 2013

Marvelous shot.
LIKE and FAVORITE. All my best wishes, NewerMan.

danimero on December 5, 2013

Manup thank you very much indeded for the Like and favorite

Best wishes

Alfred Schaffer on December 7, 2013

Great shot! Like!


danimero on December 8, 2013

Alfred I'm glad that you like it my friend. Best wishes

Denny Grech on April 6, 2014

Not the friendliest bird in the neighbourhood :)

danimero on April 8, 2014

Dennis Litvin you're right again. Thank you and greetings

Reiner Vogeley on November 9

Beautiful shot: ℒike

With a best wishes, Reiner

Stevia (Long live Pa… on November 11

You have this bald eagle photographed in a fantastic flight movement, Daniel! A great picture! I also like the photo frame for this purpose very well.


Best wishes, Stevia

danimero on November 11

Reiner I'm glad that you like it

Best wishes

danimero on November 12

Stevia I appreciate a lot comments like yours.

Best wishes

Joanna Onchimowicz on November 13

L+F Joanna

danimero 12 days ago

Joanna muchísimas gracias!!


Elso Zanoletti 9 days ago

Bella cattura ,molto bella. Grazie per visita e commenti ,Ciao Elso Lk

Andy Rodker 9 days ago

Trying to push this towards 10,000 views. Great shot ysl

Daniel, regarding your comment about the Roman road near El Escorial, it crosses the eastern section of the Herreria Woods and goes South west through La Estacion de Zarzalejo. It is very clearly a Roman road in some small sections but not really for most of the path that still approximately follow the line (The stones have long since been used for walls and buildings). The aerial map shows the line if you look hard enough and the modern paths follow it for the most part. I sometimes do a circular walk from the bus station at SL de EL Escorial - past the palace, through the park, towards the Silla de F II but turn left before it and go through the woods to the east. As you reach the railway line - turn right and follow the path towards La Estacion de Zarzalego and this joins up with the Roman road very soon. Follow it to the southern edge of La Machota Chica, go up past the granite mines and then go straight up the granite slabs to the top! Good fun and exposed in parts. Then follow then line of the hills to the granite blocks of El Fraile before descending through the woods, past the Silla and back to the station. A good long walk, not TOO hard, but with much variety and interest!! Many thanks, Daniel. Best wishes. Andy

danimero 6 days ago

Ciao Elso, grazie mille!!!


danimero 6 days ago

Andy definitely you know a lot of parts of La Sierra de Madrid better than me, thank you for the route and thank you too to get the 10000 views!!

Best wishes

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 26, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by danimero
    • Taken on 2008/11/14 16:50:18
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/1000)
    • Focal Length: 185.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash