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Es un árbol de rápido crecimiento, corpulento. De altura media llegando a alcanzar 18 metros, con el tronco cilíndrico con la corteza agrietada de color gris oscuro, con la copa muy aparasolada y muy ramificada con ramas que se extienden en quebrados segmentos rectilíneos. Hojas compuestas, de 4 dm de largo, imparipinnadas, de color verde claro con 11 a 29 foliolos oblongos. Las flores son amarillentas, agrupadas en inflorescencia. Fruto legumbre alada (tipo samara), de 4-7 cm de longitud, indehiscente, con 1 sola semilla en su interior.

Ja feia uns dies que cercava aquest tipus de flors . Ben petites, quasi insignificant, per a mi terriblement interessants.

Fan uns tres dies vaig tenir sort i en vaig veure els primers brots. Els he deixat créixer una mica, però avui ja no he pogut esperar més hi amb paciència, com s'han de fer les petites coses m'hi apropat i els he pogut fotografiar amb calma i tranquil·litat.

M'he sentit un altre cop com a fotògraf, vaja!. que m'he sentit bé!, i més quan un company se m'ha apropat i m'ha dit que fotografies? si aquí no hi ha res. Si que hi ha mira, li he mostrar la pantalla de la càmera .... No vull reproduir la paraulota que ha deixat anar, I com ho veus?, m'ha dit mirant i perquè m'agraden molt aquestes floretes i sé on és fan. Ostres mai m'havia adonat.

Per a mi això és mirar i treure d'allò minúscul tot un món personal i particular, Us agrada aquest petit món meu?.

Aquest tipus de trens de RENFE solen veure's en les estacions on estan situades les bases territorials de la seva intervenció. En la fotografia, la Traxx 253.090, encapçala el tren Taller Gran Intervenció de Can Tunis al seu pas per Cornellà on, des de la passarel·la, vaig poder fer aquesta fotografia.

 

Este tipo de trenes de RENFE suelen verse en las estaciones donde están situadas las bases territoriales de su intervención. En la fotografía, la Traxx 253.090, encabeza el tren Taller Gran Intervención de Can Tunis a su paso por Cornellá donde, desde la pasarela, pude hacer esta fotografía.

És el tipus de turisme tradicional que mou una gran quantitat de persones al mateix temps cap al litoral per a la recerca d'un bon clima,de sol i platja per part dels turistes; és tracta d'un turisme de massificació de baixa qualitat i baix poder adquisitiu.

 

M'agradaria fer un afegit, cert que és un turisme de baixa qualitat i amb poc poder adquisitiu, però actualment, són gent que es mou atreta per altres indrets que no són només sol i platja, sinó pel seu valor cultural o històric; així, també són destins turístics massificats les grans ciutats capitals europees com París, Londres o Roma.

Són ciutats que, gràcies als vols de low cost, permeten desplaçar aquest turisme de sol i platja cap a un turisme cultural però de baixa qualitat.

 

La Fontana di Trevi és una font del districte de Trevi de Roma, a Itàlia, dissenyada per l'arquitecte italià Nicola Salvi i completada per Giuseppe Pannini el segle XVIII.

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Mass tourism.

 

It is the type of traditional tourism that moves a large number of people at the same time towards the coast in search of a good climate, sun and beach by tourists; It treats of a tourism of massification of low quality and low purchasing power.

 

I would like to make an addition, it is true that it is a low quality tourism and with little purchasing power, but nowadays they are people who move attracted by other places that are not only sun and beach, but because of their cultural or historical value; Thus, tourist destinations are also massaged in large European cities such as Paris, London or Rome.

They are cities that, thanks to the low cost flights, allow to travel this tourism of sun and beach towards a cultural tourism but of low quality.

 

Fontana di Trevi is a fountain in the Trevi district of Rome, Italy, designed by the Italian architect Nicola Salvi and completed by Giuseppe Pannini in the 18th century.

En aquest tipus de imatges m’agrada que es pugui apreciar be la textura de l’aigua. Per això cal tirar a velocitats per sota del segon, entre 1/8 i 1/5, con en aquest cas.

Per tal d’evitar que l’aigua surti massa exposada es millor subexposar entre 1 i 2 passos i després aixecar les ombres. Els sensors actuals ho permeten sense que apareixi soroll.

Fotografia feta durant el Photo Trekking de tardor per la Val d’Aran amb la Marta Bretó i LandScape.

The front view of the Palace with row structure of the arches with cream paints with overall brown background.

 

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Tipu Sultan ( Urdu:ٹیپو سلطان, Kannada : ಟಿಪ್ಪು ಸುಲ್ತಾನ್ ) (20 November 1750 – 4 May 1799), (Sultan Fateh Ali Khan Shahab[2]) also known as the Tiger of Mysore, and Tipu Sahib,[3] was a ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore. He was the eldest son of Sultan Hyder Ali of Mysore.[4] Tipu introduced a number of administrative innovations during his rule, including his coinage, a new Mauludi lunisolar calendar,[5] and a new land revenue system which initiated the growth of Mysore silk industry.[6] Tipu expanded the iron-cased Mysorean rockets and wrote the military manual Fathul Mujahidin, considered a pioneer in the use of rocket artillery.[7] He deployed the rockets against advances of British forces and their allies in their 1792 and 1799 Siege of Srirangapatna.

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The Entrance of Tipu Sultan's Fort at Devanahalli is very narrow and only small vehicles like cars and jeeps can enter.

Srirangapattana is 16 km from Mysore city, Karnataka, South India.

 

Tipu Sultan (1750-1799) was the de-facto ruler of the Kingdom of

Mysore. He is better known as the 'Tiger of Mysore'. His full name was

Sultan Fateh Ali Tippu and he was born on 20th November, 1750 at

Devanahalli, in present-day Kolar district, near Bangalore, India. He

is the eldest son of Hyder Ali.

Tipu Sultan was a farsighted person who could foresee East India

Company's design to get entrenched in India. He therefore negotiated

with the French for help and also sought assistance from the Amir of

Afghanistan and the Sultan of Turkey. The British were scared of

Tipu's growing strength and after their defeat in 1783 they formed an

alliance with the Nizam of Hyderabad and Marhattas. The French,

however, deserted Tipu after the signing of the Treaty of Versailles.

The British availed the chance with the help of the Nizam and the

Marathas, and started the third Anglo-Mysore war in 1790.

As long as the British fought alone, Tipu always defeated them. But he

could not come over their diplomacy, conspiracy and intrigue. Thus he

was defeated in his capital, Seringapatam, and was forced to sign a

humiliating treaty on March 22, 1792. As a result he had to concede

half of his kingdom and pay an indemnity of 33 million rupees to the

British and their allies. The alliance between the adversaries was

soon broken and in 1795 the British, after defeating the Nizam, once

again turned their attention towards Mysore. After the treaty at

Seringapatam, Tipu Sultan did not waste his time and made extensive

preparations against the British. He had rebuilt his war machine in

the shortest possible time with the help of the French. The British

regarded it as a violation of the treaty. This led to the start of the

fourth Anglo-Mysore war in 1798 with the help of the Nizam. The French

were unable to provide the needed support to Tipu Sultan. Tipu Sultan

retreated to his capital and continued fighting till he breathed his

last in May 1799. Tipu Sultan is buried at a mausoleum that he himself

had built, along with his father Haider Ali and his mother Fatima

Begum.

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shot @ Tipu sultan's summer palace , B'lore

 

The Tipu Sultan palace dates back to the year 1790. This palace was constructed as the summer residence of Tipu Sultan, and was built entirely of teak-wood. It is a necessity to learn from the lessons of the past.

 

“If you don't invite God to be your summer Guest, He won't come in the winter of your life.” - {Lahiri Mahasaya}

Location: Central Martyr Monument ( Bengali: কেন্দ্রীয় শহীদ মিনার ), Dhaka, B A N G L A D E S H.

 

I just remembering the day and this photo credit to : [ TIPU KIBRIA ]

TIPU KIBRIA, One of my favorite photographer on flickr ! I have been seeing his work for the past few years and i always look forward to seeing new work from him. I know him from 2009 and for the first time i was met him on 16 Dec 2011 at Dhaka University. He is a great friend here in flickr. I love to browse his pictures. I wish you all the best and hope to see more amazing pictures of our beloved beautiful country Bangladesh. Best of luck Tipu vai:)

ABOUT TIPU KIBRIA :

Mr. Tipu Kibria, an eminent writer, editor and freelance photo journalist . He has been writing rhymes, poems, stories, novels, features since 1977, when he was a boy of 11only. Finishing university education, he joined as an editor of a monthly juvenile magazine named "Kishor Pattrika" getting published from Seba Prokashoni, the most popular publication house in Bangladesh. In his arsenal, he has about 55 publications, mostly are for children. But his juvenile horror series proved an unmatched craze among the children of Bangladesh. He is running a Flickr group named

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Un cadenat és un tipus simple de pany desmuntable, amb un grilló corredís o una frontissa dissenyat per passar-lo a través d'un anell o grapa en una porta, pit, etcètera. Tot i que la majoria de cadenats no permeten treure la clau mentre aquests estan oberts, en alguns, especialment moderns, es pot retirar la clau mentre el cadenat roman obert.

 

Els cadenats de combinació no utilitzen claus. En canvi, el pany s'obre quan les seves rodes s'alineen correctament per mostrar la combinació correcta. Sovint el pany és re-programable, és a dir, se'ns permet canviar la combinació numèrica de les rodes posant el grilló en una posició especial mentre les girem.

 

A finals del segle XVII Christopher Polhem va crear una fàbrica a Stjärnsund que entre altres coses va inventar un tipus de cadenat propi, el cadenat escandinau ("Polhem locks").

 

Harry Soref va fundar la Master Lock Company el 1921 i va patentar un tipus de cadenat millorat. L'abril de 1924, rebia una patent (U.S #1,490,987) per al seu embolcall de panys nou. Soref va fer un cadenat que era tan fort com barat utilitzant un cos construït de capes de metall, com les portes d'una sucursal bancària. Va dissenyar el seu cadenat utilitzant acer laminat el 1919.

 

A Google Maps.

The Devanahalli Fort was originally built in 1501. It remained under several rulers and has great historical and archeological relevance. It was with Mallabaire Gowda, the then Dalwai of Mysore, who built the fort. it was attacked by Nanjarajaiah in 1749, before it passed into the hands of Hyder Ali and finally Tipu Sultan. In 1791, during the Anglo-Mysore War, the fort went under the British after Lord Cornwallis attacked the fort.

 

Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace in Bangalore

La Minolta Autocord és una càmara tipus TLR (twin lens reflex), força usuals en el format 120 de meitat del s.XX. Els dos objectius son identics i estan coordinats. El de dalt reflexa la imatge cap al visor, mentre el de sota és el que pren la fotografia.

 

Aquesta Autocord fou produida el 1958, i és concretament del model L. Té obturador Seikosha Rapid i exposimetre de seleni, que funciona però crec que de forma erratica. Els exposimetres de seleni no necessiten piles, però un cop deixen de funcionar queden inutils (la seva vida útil era de 50 anys o més, eh).

 

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The Minolta Autocord is one of the most famous TLR cameras, and some say that it was even sharper than the World famous Rolleiflex.

 

This Autocord is a model L, produced in 1958 with a Seikosha Rapid shutter and a still working (although erratic) selenium light meter.

 

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Span: Tipa, tipa blanca, tipuana, o palo rosa (no confundir con Aspidosperma polyneuron), es un árbol sudamericano de la familia Fabaceae (Leguminosae). Fuente: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tipuana_tipu

 

Engl: Tipa, tipuana, or rosewood, is a south american tree of the family Fabaceae (Leguminosae). Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tipuana

 

Please advise if you know other common names in english

Tipu Sultan (November 1750, Devanahalli – 4 May 1799, Srirangapattana), also known as the Tiger of Mysore, was the de facto ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore.

 

This picture was taken in expo center Karachi. This is purly hand made on the top of the marble and artist used real stones/diamonds & gold for this art.

Tippu Sultan (full name Sultan Fateh Ali Tippu), also known as the Tiger of Mysore (November 20, 1750, Devanahalli – May 4, 1799, Srirangapatna), was the first son of Haidar Ali by his second wife, Fatima or Fakhr-un-nissa. He was the de facto ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore from the time of his father's death in 1782 until his own demise in 1799. Tippu Sultan was a learned man and an able soldier. He was reputed to be a good poet. He was a devout Muslim, but was also appreciative of other religions. At the request of the French, for instance, he built a church, the first in Mysore. He was proficient in the languages he spoke [1]. He helped his father Haidar Ali defeat the British in the Second Mysore War, and negotiated the Treaty of Mangalore with them. However, he was defeated in the Third Anglo-Mysore War and in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War by the combined forces of Britain and of Travancore. Tippu Sultan died defending his capital Srirangapatnam (frequently anglicized to Seringapatam), on May 4, 1799.

  

♫♪Amarillos♫♪, de Carlos Cano.

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El título es responsabilidad de MsNice, propuesto en el grupo Titúlame.

Gracias a Claudio Ar. y a Hoja Viva por sus ideas, :D

 

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Las flores son de un árbol llamado Tipuana tipu, conocido popularmente como Tipuana y que muchísima gente confunde con una acacia. Su floración es espectacular y le ocurre como al Jacarandá, que el suelo que tiene alrededor se convierte en una alfombra monocromática.

  

The upper storeys of the Palace are identical,if sen from both sides of the Palace.

 

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Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace, in Bangalore, India, is an example of Indo-Islamic architecture and was the summer residence of the Mysorean ruler Tipu Sultan. Hyder Ali commenced its construction in 1781 within the walls of the Bangalore Fort, and it was completed during the reign of Tipu Sultan in 1791. After Tipu Sultan's death in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, the British Administration used the palace for its Secretariat before moving to Attara Kacheri in 1868. It is located at the center of Old Bangalore city near the Kalasipalyam bus stand, as a tourist spot.

Scaled up Arches,which signifies the Indo-Islamic architecture of the Palace.

 

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Common name: Tipu tree.

Botanical name: Tipuana tipu.

Family: Fabaceae.

 

Taken in Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa.

Bangalore, India

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The front view of the palace from where Tipu Sultan used to address the audience when he used to visit the Palace.

 

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Masia de tipus basilical, amb planta baixa i pis. Tot i que exteriorment presenta el cos central emergent per a les golfes, com és característic en la tipologia basilical, en aquest edifici les golfes foren eliminades i l'espai forma part de la sala principal, amb un embigat de fusta i dos portals decorats amb estuc al gust barroc. La porta d'entrada d'arc de mig punt, adovellada, i les cantoneres i els marcs de les finestres són de pedra amb ampits, brancals i dintells de pedra; la que hi ha sobre el portal principal té esculpida la data 1777. També a la façana nord hi ha tres finestres de pedra treballada, amb inscripcions, una d'elles amb la data de 1784, i un rellotge de sol.

La masia té un cos lateral adossat que desfigura en part l'estructura basilical a la banda de migdia, on destaca una finestra amb motllura trencaaigües coronada amb mènsula esculpida amb cares humanes, a la paret de ponent d'aquest cos. Damunt d'aquesta finestra hi ha un altre, de forma conupial, molt més petita. En un portal d'aquest cos hi consta la data de 1772, així com a la paret de llevant hi ha la data de 1673, incrustada a la tàpia. Al costat de l'edifici hi ha una cisterna i, al seu davant, una era.

Observacions: També és coneguda amb el nom de Mas Golart. Aquesta masia està considerada un dels edificis setcentistes més complerts de tot el Penedès. LLORAC (1988) Al mateix turó que Can Ros, a uns 250 m d'aquesta, es troba el Maset de Can Ros (UTM X= 401811; Y= 4584753), un petit mas en estat ruïnós, de planta única, rectangular, cobert amb teulada d'un sol vessant. S'hi adossa un tancat, probablement utilitzat al seu moment per al bestiar, fet de pedra, amb contraforts a les cantonades. L'edifici principal presenta alguns refacció posterior, realitzada amb maó, i teulada d'uralita. Aquest maset, ara en estat ruïnós, formava part de la masia de Can Ros.

Els orígens del mas són al segle XV, si bé el seu aspecte actual és fruit d'una important reforma realitzada al segle XVIII.

Un dels seus propietaris, Llorens Ros, va ser batlle de la sobirania de Subirats l'any 1690. La denominació de Can Golart s'ignora totalment des de mitjans del segle XIX.

Bangalore, India

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I guess in today's times, it is difficult to recreate the past glory :)

 

Tipu Sultan's Palace, Bangalore

una ciudad que preserva arboles, es una ciudad sabia.

Workers at Confidence Cement, came in to deliver cement at a neighbourhood construction site.

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I have been working on a set of portraits which will take decades to finish. Thought I should start uploading the series. Co-incidental that it has been exactly 2 years since I took this?

 

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The Badami Slums is what Google mentions in its maps for the white washed houses that are visible from the Badami caves if you look due west. Well that is the only direction you can possibly look out towards.

 

A small sandstone structure more in the nature of a mausoleum or a guard station seems to function as a part of the Jamia Masjid which is the whitewashed traditional mosque like structure right next to it. You can make out the outline of a whitish conical loudspeaker on one edge. The loudspeakers are the trademarks of mosques in the Indian subcontinent. You have to perforce hear the ministrations of the recorded recital almost every hour. Loud prayers for deaf Gods and loud players for deaf believers seem to be the catechism of religions in the sub continent.

 

Sometimes I wonder why the religious beliefs are so deeply manipulative of homo sapien groups. None of the other animals or plants do any ardent prayers to imaginary Gods or fight amongst themselves to uphold their superiority of belief.

 

Tipu Sultan held sway for a long time in the state of Karnataka and Badami also seems to have had his presence. A guard tower atop the caves, this sandstone mosque right next to the profound cave structures. There is no escaping the hegemony games that group religions play out.

 

Nikon D300

18.0-70.0 mm f/3.5-4.5

ƒ/13.0

18.0 mm

1/125

200

Flash (off, did not fire)out.

  

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Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace is one of the famous palaces of the Mysore city. This royal structure is situated to the west of Kote Venkataramana Temple. Hydar Ali started the construction of this palace, which was completed by his son Tipu Sultan in 1791. This palace was exclusively built to run the durbar, which would deal with the happenings in the territory. Most of the palaces were stone or brick made, but this unique structure was completely built of wood so commonly known as Wooden Palace. Everything used to construct palace, right from its delicately carved pillars, its beams and ceiling is in wood.

 

The palace has gardens on the either side with fountains in front to keep the air cool. Fountains are no longer present. There are eastern and western balconies, from where Tipu Sultan conducted the territory affairs. These are wonderfully carved and are raised on small pillars. The palace was originally enclosed in a mud fortress, which was built in 17th century by Chikka Devaraja Wodeyar. The structure is built using the Mughal style of architecture, which resembles the Durbar Hall of Akbar at Allahabad. This architecture is a merger of Saracenic and Indian styles. The main floor of the Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace is small but artistically decorated. The tall traditional Indian style carved wooden pillars touching the first floor ceiling look like eight petalled lotus.

 

The walls and roofs of the Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace is covered with floral painting decorations. The upper floor comprises of the four halls, each with two balconies for the prince. All the ends of the court have balconies for the officer of the highest rank. In a small room on the ground floor, some pictures of Hydar Ali Khan, Tipu Sultan and his sons are displayed.

 

Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace is a beautiful wooden structure, reflecting history and heritage, and tourists visiting Mysore must make it a point to visit this grand palace to have a wonderful date with history.

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