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Last year we visited the little, monumental village Montanyana (look here). It’s located on two mountainsides; this year we did the other side. It’s quite a climb over the restored, old roads. On top are the romantic church: ‘Iglesia de Santa María de Baldós’; and a small cemetery. Unfortunately we missed the ‘Green Rabbits’.

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10 comments
  1. These are the textures and histories absent in the US

    A little perspective would do us well

  2. Most of the village is made of piled up stones that were lying around in those days; typical for the area. Try the three posts suggested in the “related section”; I hope the little perspective you’d like is in there… Otherwise I must conclude that I’m a ‘selfish bastard who only shoots what he likes’; which, on the other hand, is a good definition for: ‘an artist’.. 😉

  3. Wonderful. And the buildings, which are at all times and remain beautiful even as ruins.

    • Thanks. Yes; they are still nature; just rearranged a little with human logic… 🙂

  4. Mooi!! Het ziet er allemaal zo vreselijk schoon uit…. Of lijkt dat maar zo?

    • Nee, het is zo. In 1984 is het dorp uitgeroepen tot monument met historische en artistieke importantie. Sindsdien is men bezig met restaureren en onderhouden.

    • Thanks, Graham; I like that the left side of the inner frame is the shadow of the right side.

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