30.11.10

ríotinto















espero que os guste!


108 comentarios:

  1. Hola! hermosos colores nos trajiste hoy.. me gustan mucho.. la verdad que impresionante todos las tonalidades de colores que tienen estas piedras..
    Saludos..

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  2. Elena, I find these photos wonderful. The colours of the earth and the different levels add so much texture

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  3. Mmm... cudowne. Beautiful, Elena.

    Hugs :o)
    Dorota

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  4. Wow, what is this place? The colors. Your compositions. I want to go play there! That red . . . .

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  5. This is so beautiful! It reminds me so much of the colors of the soil in Hawaii, very red and deep. Sigh, very beautiful!

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  6. You find so much beauty in nature - even in things others wouldn't consider beautiful

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  7. Your photos are lovely. I love the earth and what natures creates. Happy week to you...

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  8. The beauty of the earth is everywhere on it, event when it is wounded. Pretty good shots! Bravo

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  9. Una belleza de rojos, ocres: espléndidos tus ríos de tinta. Un abrazo teñido de tintos.

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  10. Oh, Elena. Earthy tones are my favorites. The photos are wonderful. Thank you for posting
    Greetings from Bavaria.

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  11. Preciosas fotos y preciosa tierra.

    Besos

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  12. Wonderful colour and texture as usual!

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  13. Impresionantes las texturas que forman junto con el color fragmentado!!!!

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  14. Wonderful photos! I love the colours and the shapes...the red earth reminds me of Brazil :)

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  15. these are so great! did you take them?

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  16. wauw, they are beautiful and what a beautiful colours.

    just great thanks!

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  17. Me he quedado sin palabras. Mi novio adora la fotografía, y no he podido evitar hablarle de ti blog...Se ha quedado alucinado.
    Enhorabuena, me encanta lo que haces
    Besitos

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  18. Elena, que bellas imagenes de nuevo hoy!! Los colores son hermosos, las texturas!! Gracias, Elena!! Besos!! Bela

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  19. ¡Qué colores! Me quedo muy especialmente con la última foto, fantástica.

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  20. Oh this is wonderful! How inspiring!
    Today I am certainly in a terra mood :)
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful work and warm greetings from Holland,
    Sas

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  21. ¡Qué maravilla de colores! Son fantásticos. Gracias por traernos tanta hermosura :)

    Un abrazo

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  22. Una buena diversidad de colores donde predonmina sobre todo el rojo (de ahi su titulo, casi seguro) con una buena perspectiva, un saludo muy cordial desde Reinosa.

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  23. Belleza de textura y color.
    Parece increible sacar belleza de un destrozo tan artificial.

    Expresiones
    Piedra

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  24. Hola Elena:
    Esta zona la conozco muy bien, y es una zona en la que puedes estar haciendo fotos días y días y no repetir ninguna, incluso haciendo dos días seguidos la misma foto siempre es distinta, ya que siempre va a cambiar los colores. El reportaje es muy bueno, las texturas y colores que se le pueden sacar a este sitio son espectaculares, yo voy mucho a la zona cercana a la Palma del condado, pero tengo muchas ganas de ir al nacimiento y las zonas cercanas a Rio Tinto.
    Un saludo y enhorabuena por tu blog.

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  25. Elena, thanks for your comment. I LOVE how your name (in English) is WALNUT. Ha, nice coincidence! And your photos from the Rio Tinto mine are amazing. Yes, it does look like the moon or somewhere not on this earth. You have a gifted eye, my dear. Nice to meet you.
    Rick

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  26. Guste! Guste!

    I'm always very impressed when I see your fotos.

    Dalut!
    *Tasiaa

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  27. Que cantidad de ocres!! Tus encuadres le aportan aún más matices. Muy buen trabajo. Besos.

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  28. Oh my gosh...I'm in awe of these gorgeous photos!!

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  29. Thank you for sharing
    This Wonderful work with us
    Good creations

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  30. Eeeeeeh...has salido del estudio!!!...me gusta mucho esta nueva faceta que, tras una serie de impresionantes trabajos realizados al abrigo de las inclemencias externas, nos demuestra que se pueden seguir realizando grandes creaciones si se sabe cómo mirar y encuadrar!!!

    Enhorabuena...me ha encantado...un gran abrazo Elena!!! ;)

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  31. Texturas,formas y colores, llenas de luz ....

    Magnifico reportaje.

    Besos

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  32. that place looks like art on your pics. wonderful!

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  33. A palette of magnificent colors, I like all these tones of ochre and rust.. your photos are really beautiful Elena and this report is very original thank you for this visit and congrats for your images..:o)
    have a good week..

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  34. una auténtica pasada! cuántas sorpresas y tesoros hay en la naturaleza.... y poco a poco nos la estamos cargando! Enhorabuena por las fotos geniales... como siempre

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  35. Amazing! Such lovely terracotta colors!

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  36. ...no solo me gusta , me ENCANTA el paisaje!!!
    que magia, que colores...buenisimo!!
    que ojo que tienes mujer!

    abrazo fuerte!

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  37. Beautiful and interesting landscape. The soil looks red. Nice pictures:)
    Greetings from Berit.

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  38. La naturaleza y el arte parecen rehuirse, pero se encuentran antes de lo que se cree.
    "Johann W. Goethe"

    Hola Elena, has captado con esta serie de fotografías una paleta de colores magníficos, me gustan los tonos de ocre y óxido, que arroja esta tierra.
    Tus fotografías son realmente fascinantes y, tu trabajo espectacular, en ellas muestras el "encuentro" entre la naturaleza y el arte.
    Saludos.

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  39. superbes photos..
    c'est une mine de fer à l'air libre?

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  40. Hi Elena,
    Wonderful photographs. Beautiful colours.
    Best wishes,
    Ingrid

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  41. Great colors.....pictures are reallly nice.

    Greetings, Joop

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  42. Unas texturas muy coloridas y bonitas, algo diferentes a anteriores entradas pero igualmente buenas saludos...

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  43. Si, me gusto Elena! Magnifico post - red earth, so powerful!

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  44. What incredible colors and patterns. Simply amazing!

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  45. I love the gradation in the colours and the soil colour reminds me of a place called Clarendon in Jamaica. We refer to the soil there as "red dirt" because of the deep terracotta colour. XX

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  46. So pretty. Gorgeous...and yet slightly tragic (in the most beautiful way!).

    Leigha

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  47. Belas cores...Excelente trabalho....
    Cumprimentos

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  48. Here again you have quite well the shapes and colors in the image captured

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  49. thats amazing great lighting and crops.
    http://mformariza.blogspot.com/

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  50. Variety of brown colors; beautiful brown, amazing brown, cute brown, stunning brown and others.
    I am always impressed at your photos.
    Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day.

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  51. these geological layers are breath taking in color! Thanks for sharing:) Where is this?

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  52. Preciosa gama de texturas y colores. Me encanta la tierra, de hecho entre mi escasa obra de pintura se encuentra una serie de cuadros realizados con diferentes tierras, de los que tengo unos recuerdos muy gratos y disfruté mucho. Ahora tengo algunos en el salón de casa y otros los regalé.

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  53. Lovely colours, the ground is rich in potential !

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  54. Wow ... these pics are gorgeous. I don´t like to see places like this in nature :)

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  55. · Desde luego, el lugar es fotogénico, con esa inacabable paleta de sienas, ocres y rojizos colores.
    · Me gusta este reportaje, que aviva las ganas de ir a ese lugar.

    · artista!

    CR & LMA
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  56. j'aime beaucoup couleurs, matière belle journée à toi
    brigitte

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  57. Très belles images, les couleurs sont superbes. Tes photos soulignent bien bien l'immensité des ces carrières.

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  58. Absolutely gorgeous photos...I haven't been here in a while. hope all is well :)

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  59. Nada que agradecer, por dios!!!! al contrario, soy yo la que agradece tu forma de ver el mundo... hoy estuve tomando fotos a mis rosas intentando con todo mi ser que me resultaran tan increíbles como tus fotografías y ahora estoy viéndolas en el compu... pura frustración, nada que hacer, tu talento es único y sólo tuyo y lo admiro demasiado!!!!!!

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  60. Beautiful in so many ways - the colours, textures, scenery, the layers of the earth. Great shots, Elena !

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  61. These are gorgeous, gorgeous shots! Very well done! Enjoy the wonderful day, Kellie xx

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  62. ¡Qué pasada de sitio! Me encanta. Espero poder ir algún día. Un besazo.

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  63. These pictures are amazing! You are so talented!
    Thanks for sharing..

    Wanna be followers? Let me know..

    Love from Stockholm.. xoxo

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  64. these photos show the amazing internal beauty of our planet.

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  65. Que imagens lindas! A natureza nos surpreende!

    Beijos
    Ana

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  66. The treated and the untreated in a mixed rusty truth:)
    Have a lovely evening!

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  67. Buen reportaje fotográfico sobre Riotinto,me gusta la textura , el color y los encuadres conseguidos.

    Saludos.

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  68. Dear dear Elena...

    Your blog is like a sensual puzzle, and I just love this post! Thanx for comments & for being there in my blog world !!! And don't forget this.....

    Never worry about the size of your Christian tree. In the eyes of children, they are all 30 feet tall.....

    Peace & Love

    Agneta

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  69. Una diversidad de formas y colores excepcionales, una bella tus fotografías, un fuerte abrazo

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  70. Una auténtica borrachera de colores. Un lugar muy especial.
    Un abrazo

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  71. What a beautiful images...Wow...Somehow they are so relaxing and stunning...As always an incredible post,sweetie
    Happy Friday

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  72. your colors are spectacular. i love that last shot. have a fabulous weekend!

    xo

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  73. Siempre un placer estar un ratito entre tus cosas... Pasa un feliz puente.

    Saludos y un abrazo.

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  74. Que hermosas fotos, Elena..! I love the textures and colors - you've captured them beautifully.

    Y mil gracias por la dulce nota que me dejaste... de veras que te lo agradezco. Thank you.

    un abrazo,
    -maria

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  75. Preciosas fotografías Elena, un paisaje lunar o de otra época,

    Saludos

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  76. Beautiful Pictures! Lovely colours, good compositions. I love the textures!
    Good work!
    Best regards from
    Inger-Lise:)

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  77. Es curioso cómo la modificación de un paisaje natural por parte del hombre a veces puede tener como resultado algo tan bello como es este caso.

    Un saludo , enhorabuena por el blog!!

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  78. Thank you for your sweet words in my blog!
    WOW, the photos here in your blog are amazing!!! Love them!

    Hugs, Carina

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  79. Il est possible d'enchanter la terre, rien que par le regard que porte sur elle. Alors, à son tour, elle nous enchante, comme ici.Du grand art.
    Merci,Elena,

    Roger

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  80. Todo un catálogo de colores y texturas. Magnífico, como siempre.

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  81. Cada vez me doy más cuenta que la naturaleza es lo mejor. Enhorabuena por las fotos son preciosas.
    Muchisimas gracias por tu visita y comentario.

    Un abrazo

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  82. Lindas cores, muita inspiração para meu trabalho em cerâmica.
    Lindas fotos

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  83. These series of shots look like abstract art. The colors melt into one another and really are striking when viewed beyond the earth that they reveal. Thanks for visiting me! Enjoy the week.

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  84. Fantásticas! Me quedo con la 5 y la 6 (sin despreciar el reto), Un saludo!!

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  85. Dear Elena,

    your shots from the beautiful colours of our mother earth... marvellous!!! Is this great landscape in Spain???

    Enjoy the week, wintergreetings from Munich!

    Ursula

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  86. Bueno... pues no sé adónde se fue mi primer comentario en tu blog... se fue sin más...
    Te decía que he visto a dos amigos aquí, a María Cecilia y a La Sonrisa de Hiperión... me ha gustado mucho que me sigas en el Jardín... está muy contento...
    Tienes unas fotos impresionantes... manejas el obturador haciendo poesía y prosa con la luz... sí, preciosas fotos de Ríotinto y... sabías que la Nasa lo estudia porque piensa que si las bacterias han podido adaptarse al agua tan ácida que tiene este río, también pueden surgir en Marte... ¡Qué tontería si pueden hacer aquí las fotos de las bacterias! ja ,ja....
    Ya me cuentas qué te atrajo del Jardín... ¿el exceso de palabras? ja, ja....
    Bss.

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  87. un lugar para pasar unas horas disfrutando con el pasiaje de tierras removidas, unas minas para volver y encontrar otra veta, aunque sea fotográfica.

    un abrazo

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  88. A B S O L U T E L Y F A N T A S T I C ! !

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  89. Fabulous captures!! Mother Nature paints her own abstracts. I love dirt and these colors of deirt look fabulous!!

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