La casita de madera y chapa

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Comments (16)

Eric Ferrer on January 2, 2008

Me alegra que te gusten, turbica. Cuando tenga un momentin me miro las tuyas... que veo que tienes unas cuantas !!

Saludos desde Barcelona.

qsipics on January 13, 2008

very nice shot!! sneezing prohibited :-) greetings markus

Eric Ferrer on January 13, 2008

sneezing prohibited and dont lean on the wood wall... jejeje saludos markus !

Raúl Díaz on April 5, 2008

Excelente foto, no sólo por su contenido social, es increíble la geometría y resistencia. He pasado pasado varias veces por ese sitio y nunca me percaté. Saludos cordiales.

Eric Ferrer on April 6, 2008

Hola rdmazo gracias por la visita y comentario. En seguida me doy una vuelta por tu galería santiaguera amigo ! Que buenos recuerdos...

Saludos desde Barcelona.

Carlos Petracca on May 25, 2008

Pintoresca foto, pero triste que todabia existan estas cosas, saludos Carlos

Eric Ferrer on May 26, 2008

Pues si que es triste si... saludos.

M.Reinhardt on October 3, 2008

I like this picture very much although there is probably a tragody behind. You show me with this photo the horrible conditions which the people have to live with. Thanks for sharing.

Cheers Marco

Eric Ferrer on October 3, 2008

Yes, Marco. Sadly, not all are beaches and music in Caribe, there are many people living in very bad conditions in Cuba.

And it seems that things are getting worse. Just today I read that the markets are totally disruption. Lack food and household requirements...

cheers. eric.

C.'s Augenweide on November 17, 2008

Hi Eric, I like the comment of turbica "Resistente como la Revolucion". On the other hand the house has such an elegant dynamic curve-line, that the owner has a good reason to pose at the window, hasn't he...:-)

Cheers, Christiane

Eric Ferrer on November 17, 2008

Thank you for taking the time to visit my "old" files, Christiane.

In 2005 I didn't have too many notions of photography and had not had the opportunity to learn from (& with) you all. The traveler's spirit yes, and curiosity for these kind of scenes (in the last thing I was thinking is about the dynamic curve-line when I toke the picture...hehe) But you're right :) makes me happy that you've stopped here.

Certainly, it have to be "resistente" and very patient to survive in these conditions in Cuba... cheers my friend. eric.

Patrick Munsch on November 25, 2008

la maison souriante

Eon Flux on February 24, 2009

Independientemente de las condiciones en Cuba, que es un tema en si solo. Esta foto esta muy buena, para la clase de Estructuras de Madera. A pesar del tiempo y el desgaste,se ve que fue muy bien construida y las uniones han permitido la deformacion, sin ruptura.

Apart from the economic condition in Cuba, which is a separate issue. This picture is perfect for the Wood Structure course. In spite of the wear and tear, it seems it was very well built and the connections have yield to allow for deformation without rupture.

alisdey ferrer herre… on August 15, 2009

Hola esta foto me encanta ya que esta muy cerquita de mi casa ademas conozco a todas las personas que viven en ella , aun a esta altura todavia esta igual no ha cambiado en nada

Pérez de Quevedo on October 25, 2009

Hola, foto muy bonita, comparto con los demas que es triste. Bravo,

☮Ronan 60 countries☮ on February 1, 2013

I like it, L1

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on June 16, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Eric Ferrer
    • Taken on 2005/07/28 19:48:24
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 38.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/10.000
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash