War is Over
This was taken a couple of years ago in a ruined house in Belchite, a village destroyed by the Spanish Civil War. During the fierce Battle of Belchite (1937) in only 2 weeks time the whole village was left to ruins and dictator Franco ordered it to be left untouched as a reminder of the destructive powers of the Republicans.
When I lived in Zaragoza I spent many a sunrise and sunset here alone wandering these haunted streets and buildings, which left an enormous impression on me. In a way I was lucky to be able to walk in whenever I felt like it, because nowadays it seems you can only go in with a guide and you have to pay an entrance fee.
(Here are more of my photos from Belchite)
(1/60, F4.5, ISO800, 21mm)