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Tercui Sideview

Tercui Sideview

Most of the time, when I’m out with the camera, my attention is drawn by more detailed things. I wondered why; and I think it’s because my ‘default setting’ is to look for a little more than what the outside world has to offer at first sight. A landscape is just way too much for the default… But this year I tried very hard on the ‘wider views’… 😉 Here there are some of them.

More a Cloudscape

More a Cloudscape

The Shadow of a Cloud

The Shadow of a Cloud

Under the Shadow of a Cloud

Under the Shadow of a Cloud

The Field and the Church

The Field and the Church

View from the North

View from the North

The Road after 'Big Tree'

The Road after ‘Big Tree’

The roads are short and you loose them all the time

The roads are short and you loose them all the time

The Pyrenees in the North

The Pyrenees in the North

Stones

Stones

In between two Fields

In between two Fields

The Bus on the N230

The Bus on the N230

Irrigation

Irrigation

The Valley of the Vultures (North of Barbastro)

The Valley of the Vultures (North of Barbastro)

Montanyana prt1

Montanyana prt1

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’.

Montanyana prt2

Montanyana prt2

Montanyana prt3

Montanyana prt3

Montanyana prt4

Montanyana prt4

Montanyana prt5

Montanyana prt5

Montanyana prt6

Montanyana prt6

Montanyana prt7

Montanyana prt7

Montanyana prt8

Montanyana prt8

Montanyana prt9

Montanyana prt9

Montanyana prt10

Montanyana prt10

“Watch the Water roll Down” prt2

“Watch the Water roll Down” prt 2

From the ‘Green Blue Lagoon, it goes down over rocks and along bushes and green grass; together with a little stream that sparkles in the sunlight and leads the way to the river. (By the way, the title is from the song ‘Soft Serve’, by Soul Coughing.)

(looks best full screen; click once; and once more on the image and then F11)

The Green Lagoon

The Green Lagoon

Another place to cool down near Tercui, is called the ‘Blue Lagoon. It’s more a place where Tercui’s youngsters get together for some parent-less time. The name comes from the movie, which was too soft for me to finish. Last two years it was quite muddy; but this year it was crystal-clear and very green.

The Green Lagoon prt2

The Green Lagoon prt2

The Green Lagoon prt3

The Green Lagoon prt3

The Green Lagoon prt4

The Green Lagoon prt4

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