Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/400, F5.6, ISO100, 28mm)
as if there would be anything unfamiliar outside of any window
You never know what goes on there 😉
Weird, spooky figures! But the photo’s great! 🙂
Wow, just found this and so sorry that it took me almost two years to respond, thanks, guess I could use this for a rework and repost!
Haha… No worries! 😀
Well, that could be my middle name, but its still not very polite to not respond when somebody took the time to comment…
Have a great day (and next 2 years, if I miss out again 😉 sorry in advance 😉
the figures remind me of the San rock paintings…I like this image very much.
Yes, they do, nice modern copies, thanks for telling and enjoying this newer versions too 🙂
LikE very much.
Thanks very much, again…
This is a really cool photo, great job 🙂 !!!
Hola, Leticia, good to know you like it and took time to comment, thanks 🙂
🙂 no problem 🙂 Bellisima foto 🙂
Thanks a lot, Leticia 🙂
as usual a great shot:)
Thats very nice of you to say, Sandra, thank you.
It probably looks better in the photo than in person. Very nice.
Maybe true, the whole place is very haunting to be as well, totally surrounded and overtaken by forest, this place used to be a tuberculosis center in Franco’s time! Thanks
An absolutely superb shot in every way.
Thanks a lot, Louis, I appreciate your continuing support and feedback very much!
What a lovely shot! It is very well taken! =)
Thank you for the compliment and liking it; it’s a bit weird maybe 🙂
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