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Diadema de oro del Tesoro de Jávea. Siglo IV a. C.

Su estructura es articulada con extremos orientalizantes como la de la Aliseda. Su decoración calada de filigrana, granulado y recortado es de influencia clásica griega, reinterpretada al gusto ibérico

 

Gold Diadem from the Hoard Jávea. 4th-century BC. The articulated structure with triangular end pieces is a legacy of Orientalising diadems, like the one from Aliseda, while the open work filigree, granulation and découpé decoration evidence the classical Greek influence, adapted to suit Iberian tastes.

Explore, Apr 29, 2009 #268

 

Aliseda 23/06/2012: Tren especial fletado por la Asociación Extremeña de Amigos del Ferrocarril, en el trayecto desde Cáceres a Valencia de Alcántara con la unidad 592/235M-218R-236M.

Sony A7 samyang 14mm f2.8

No me termina de convencer, lo dejo a vuestro criterio !!

Paraje "La Aliseda" BEJAR (Salamanca).

 

Ver en grande sobre fondo negro - See in large on black bottom .

  

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Let's go for a walk on the clouds...

  

Descendiendo de la Vega de Aliseda, nuestros pies doloridos quieren caminar sobre algodón.

 

Way down from Vega de Aliseda, and our sore feet wish to walk on cotton pads.

Just got back from the site of a roman bridge at Aliseda. I have previously posted pictures of the bridge but this time I wanted to take advantage of the rain we''ve been having recently and get some reflections or movement of the water. I'm quite happy with the reults of the next 4 shots with the exception of the pink orb. It's just to over exposed and I need to make adjustments to that tool. Fringe of Reality has been quite heavily cropped but It really popped out when I apllied it so I've left it as it is.

 

As always, my own comments are simply to document personal thoughts on each photo but your thoughts and criticism is always welcome.

I returned to this roman bridge in Aliseda last weekend during a full moon. I tried shooting from several different angles at this bridge but I found it difficult to get any variety in good composition. I settled for this one and 'Hot Coals'. I just wish there was more water flowing under the bridge and then I think the location would offer more. Alternatively a new wide angle lens would also serve well.

 

Also looking at other peoples orbs I think I need to experiment more with multicolored LEDS as this one looks a bit flat.

 

My own comments are simply to document personal thoughts on each photo but your thoughts and criticism is always welcome.

This shot was taken next to the roman bridge at Aliseda. I wanted to catch either reflection or the movement of the water and I'm quite happy with the outcome. I must admit I did crop out the skyline as it added a greater focus on the orb and the water. Hope your like it as this is my favourite of the night.

 

As always, my own comments are simply to document personal thoughts on each photo but your thoughts and criticism is always welcome.

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Finally made some use of the full moon this weekend. This was the only shot of the night as the others were ruined by condensation on the lens. I think I'll be retuning here again during the summer when the temperature picks up at is was freezing.

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