Two Bottles Recycled

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This is a remastered version of a photo from almost a year ago.
This village is called Matidero in the Sierra de Guara natural park on the Southern slopes of the Pyrenees. This is one of the over 300 abandoned villages in the province of Aragon in Northern Spain that I want to (re-)visit in a future project, but more on that later…

(1/80, F5, ISO400, 25mm)

90 thoughts on “Two Bottles Recycled

    • Thanks very much, Laurie! At the moment I´m in the process of printing a sort of abandoned village themed portfolio and this one will be in there for sure 😉
      Very nice of you to compliment me, very encouraging, hope all is well, greetings, Ron.

    • Thank you very much, Vicki! Still remember the second i looked into the attic and saw this painting come to life 😉
      Thinking about a little remake, hardly changing it, but I think there´s little improvements possible!
      All the best to you (and sorry for late reply), Ron.

    • Hola, Glenda, thank you, i was very pleased to find this ´perfect´ scene up in the attic!
      My effort was climbing those ruined stairs 😉
      Warm greetings from Spain, Ron.

    • Youre welcome, thanks for stopping by here, so nice to hear you like this, hope the newer ones are to your liking too 😉
      All the best to you, Diane
      Greetings, Ron.

    • Thanks so much, i was very happy to find this scene in the attic 😉
      Youre welcome, for the like, hope my newer work still works for you,
      Greetings, Ron.

    • thank you, MEg, can you believe i found this exactly as it is? it felt so set up to me, but i didnt do anything 😉
      Hope all is well and thanks for all your enthousiasm, much appreciated, Ron.

    • Thank you, the natural light from the ruined roof provided such a great scene it was a piece of cake for me to photograph it 😉
      Hope all is well, Ron.

  1. Wow! This is such a lovely photo with beautiful lighting. I love how the light plays with the mysterious bottles. You have a wonderful blog! Thank you for coming to mine. 🙂

    • Hola Whitney, thank you for the compliment and its a pleasure to come to your blog! Was very happy with this photo to have the backlight coming from the hole in the ruined roof…
      Have a great day, Ron.

  2. Your blog has just been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award. If you want to accept it, please go to the rules (on my blog) and follow the instructions. Congratulations! 😀

    • THanks so much, Beli, and sorry for late reply, i´m flattered you chose my blog, very kind of you! Don´t do the awards, I´ll try to let people who´s blog i like know by commenting, but doesnt mean I appreciate it less! Warm greetings from Spain, Ron.

    • THank you very much, Lisa, I was so lucky to have the back light, cuz half the roof came down 😉
      That´s the advantage of shooting in ruined buildings!
      Greetings and have a great day, Ron.

    • Hola Eduardo, sorry for late reply, think you already arranged a trip? But not sure if this will go on, there´s other moving plans on the horizon!
      Hope all is well and any Aragon advice you want, ask me
      Saludos, Ron.

  3. I was leary about the title – but my concerns were unfounded. This is a very cool shot. Love those grungy bottles.

    • haha, yeah, i can understand, its not top notch when you need to think of almost 500 titles by now, although ´didnt do titling in the beginning, but still..
      thanks for the appreciation and persistence

    • Thanks a lot, Angeline, sometimes its a plus to have only half a roof so i can get some nice light for photographing 🙂
      Have a great day, Ron.

    • Thank you, Hanno, sometimes its so cool to come up a stairs in these ruined houses and find such a scene on the attic.
      have a great day, Ron.

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