Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/200, f5, iso-200, 10mm)
Merry Christmas, Ron!
Gracias, hope you had a great holiday too!
i enjoyed your architecture photography the most. great capture
Hi Shirshak, thanks for stopping by and the compliment, you mean these urbex shots too?
Hope all is well, greetings, Ron.
decay is so sexy – great capture!
Haha, definitely very attractive! Gracias, Pamela, warm greetings from Spain, Ron.
This is amazing…I love all of your shots into abandoned places! They’ve always intrigued me..I love thinking about how years ago, people sat on that sofa and looked out on the gorgeous vista,and now time has changed it so dramatically into what you captured here. Thanks for sharing these amazing photos!
Thanks so much for stopping by to comment, Morgan!
These abandoned places carry so much stories – i´m always having the same feelings as you; who enjoyedthis view and/ or place and do they know what it looks like now?
Youre very welcome – thanks again for your enthousiasm, makes it worth sharing 😉
All the best to you, Ron.
Wonderful capture ! I´m curious why this ski resort became abandoned … // Maria 🙂
Gracias, Maria, no clue here too, its an amazing spot and next to the only ski pistes near Madrid! Ron.
Great abandoned capture!
Hi Robert, yeah what a view, unbelievable that this is abandoned, the structure itself is perfectly placed and modern, but guess the crisis here in Spain destroyed a lot! Thanks, Ron.
As a Colorado skier I was curious about this place. I found this blogpost: http://loslugaresolvidados.blogspot.com.es/2008/10/club-alpino.html
Hi John, nice to hear it caught your attention; i know the site but am always a bit hesitant when it comes to Spanish sites, but I guess I shouldnt be…
That site actually – along with many others – gives me good info on places and probably saw it there too. Was looking for a site where they had photos of the place jsut after abandoning, which looked so cool with almost everything intact 😉
Thanks and greetings, Ron.
Very well captured, a kind of homely comforts with a view… 🙂 😉
Don´t think its too comfortable anymore 😉
That is one sofa which more than lives up to the colour description of “Moss”! A fabulous shot and what a great view, would love to go there!
Hi Patti, it´s back to real moss almost!
Those mountains are a sight of its own, but this sofa was pretty well placed indeed 🙂
Greetings and thanks for your enthousiasm, Ron.
This is super-I love the textures and color-that couch still looks like it is waiting to be used-I love your stories-
Hola Meg, thank you, so glad to hear I don´t have to tell a story and the photo was enough help 🙂
Tried the couch but opted for a piece of lonely cushion instead
A perfect picture, factually and symbolically. Five stars.
Wow, thanks so much, Vera, always a big pleasure, greetings, Ron.
Interesting textures, patterns and colours.
Thank you, Louis! Warm greetings from Spain, Ron.
Great shot – lovely control of light.
Thanks, Mark, appreciate it. All the best, Ron.
Your remarkable journeys into relics spark the imagination.
I always feel as if you’re about 20 paces ahead and as I struggle to keep up I hear you gasp
so I hurry the more and there is some incredible vista where you stand and click.
And always stunning color. Nice job.
Wow, thanks very much, Barbara, so nice to read your beautiful comments.
It may look like that but I´m more the slow traveler and photographer and with urbex very on the safe side as well; even sat looking around and enjoying the view before I had an idea of how to photograph, so time enough 😉
All the best to you, greetings, Ron.
What a wonderful lounge this must have been in its day.
Hi Angeline, wasnt too long ago and the view is still there 🙂
My kind of thing x2 – a great view, and an abandoned, ruined building! Great shot.
Thanks alot, Suej, not always such an opportunity to capture both, but nice to know you like em too
What is it now? Just an abandoned building?
Hi Brian, yep nothing more than abandoned for a couple of years now. You would assume on such a spot with the only ski options around Madrid next to it and such a view, somebody would have an idea with it, but guess money is a problem in this country nowadays!
What a view.
Yep, that hardly changed 😉
Greetings and thanks for your support, Hanno, appreciate it a lot!
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