La muerte de un pino

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Susan Lynn on February 20, 2012

great detail...

Susan Lynn on February 20, 2012

Based on this photo, I nominated you for the one group I belong to, Dead Wood and Trees or Trees and Dead Wood...can't remember the name!!!

Gato Land on February 20, 2012

Susan thank you very much, I have accepted the invitation, it is an honor for me but the technical level of your photos is very high and do not know if I can keep up on the circumstances, however I will try.

Gato Land on February 20, 2012

This photo was taken on a summer day and the tree had fallen on the road in a truly historic, next to the stone wall that King Philip II ordered build XVVI century, was searching the site and came across this tree dead, the rest is a matter of trial & error and Photoshop

Susan Lynn on February 23, 2012

Stop it...you are a very accomplished photographer and I admire your works of art. I enjoy viewing your gallery and when I came across this shot, I knew it would be most welcome in the dead wood/trees group!

Gato Land on February 23, 2012

Thanks, I appreciate the compliment. (You'll see when you get to the pictures of human skulls, you hallucinate, ha ha ha)

Susan Lynn on February 24, 2012

sounds like a lyric from a Door's song!!

Gato Land on February 24, 2012

Instead of Debauchery, which are a really aggressive (love) and lyrics ... Well, you do not have letters, are grunts, ha ha ha, but they have a song extraordinarily powerful beast, you see my musical tastes are very colorful: Blood for the Bloodgod (not scratch the CD, so at first)

Susan Lynn on February 25, 2012

You really do have a wide variety of musical tastes!

Gato Land on February 25, 2012

HA HA, yes, now I'm discovering Regina Spektor and acknowledge that I surrender to his piano, his voice and melody, without forgetting the lyrics. Culturizar attempt the most of my ears and listen to it all I can at least tell me that I think anyone without having heard

Susan Lynn on February 29, 2012

I, myself, go through musical phases. Last week it was 1970's classic rock...couldn't get enough of it. This week I'm listening to alternative. Who knows what next week will bring??????

Gato Land on March 8, 2012

They say variety is the taste (it's a turn of the Spanish language), that is, if you like all you're more educated and smarter. I do not know if I will be as cultured and elegant but still less the truth is that I like to hear everything and I feel proud, like you, to have so many musical tastes as theme weeks to make or score to travel or situations , is very nice. I'm listening this week to Amaral and AMON AMARTH and shows leave you two links, this and this, (basically in the car)

Susan Lynn on March 9, 2012

it all depends on my mood...that is what dictates what I feel like listening to that day. Today it was classical music.

Gato Land on March 11, 2012

Same happens to me, sometimes I listen to everything and others I stay stuck in a disk or a couple of songs. Now I hear nothing, in the last days I'm somewhat apathetic to the feelings, not sadness, it reluctantly, I spent days and I'm very stressful and after surgery, as if I had taken something from within.

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  • Uploaded on June 19, 2010
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    by Gato Land
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D60
    • Taken on 2010/06/19 19:18:05
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 32.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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