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Great guitianmiranda 2009-06-10 14:12

Pues voy a tener que ir yo también, ya que soy un apasionado rutero de la Sierra y aún no me he parado a recorre esta parte, hace poco bajé desde Morcuera por el antiguo camino que iba a el Paular, pero me quedé a la altura de la Cascada del Purgatorio.

Si te gusta la Sierra, echa un vistazo a mis galerías del Parque de Peñalara y la Sierra de Guadarrama.

Un saludo.

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Old 06-13-2009, 11:02 PM
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LOL, José, you are too fast :))
You may have had an unfinished chat with your friend, he may not have been able to tell yet, exactly what he likes and dislikes in photos.
Maybe he told you that he doesn't like OE in landscapes and cityscapes, especially if the details which need to be presented in the photo are totally lost in the whiteness of overexposure.
Thankfully, there was nothing worth showing in the OE places in this work, except a couple of pebblestones and dust (which imho add nothing to the atmosphere here).
And yes, this is a kind of "psychologic portrait" which tells its story not through the wrinkles on the old man's face, but through his lonely and longing body language, the careless people outside, the lonely tree and the imposing presence of the jail-like gridlines.
Thanks a lot for your comprehensive critique. I really like your photoreading a lot (which you cannot see in the other critiques we got here).
See ya soon,
Deniz
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