Life on Earth and Life outside. While Nasa keeps an eye on the outer space, cows remain peaceful at Robledo de Chavela fields, surrounded by a number of high technology antennas.
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A Sunday walk through this pandemic Madrid is nothing to see just one year ago. Almost empty streets, no tourists at sight, faces covered under masks... A quite different feeling far from the vitalist city we're used to live in.
Small villages in the center of Spain become empty and isolated. People move to big cities and these treasures become almost abandoned. No more than 5,000 inhabitants make Sigüenza's heart remain beating.
Vast plain fields surrounded by charming villages where don Quixote used to rest and take energy for next fights on windmills-customized monsters are magic yet. Just take a visit and discover a time that is not so far from nowdays.
Summer is the central station of a year in Andalusia. Bright white walls shine with strong force while the Sun empires over clear and blue skies.
During a nice summer cloudy flight, an atmospherical rare effect known as "glory of pilot" could be saw from our plane onto the clouds above. Cies Islands in Spain are always a very nice area for flying.
Y&F. Ysabel and Fernando. Paying a visit to Granada from time to time is required to keep our history fresh and healthy.
Francisco Pizarro was born in Trujillo. No rich soil, no great opportunities for a living. Not now and not in the XV Century. Conquering the unknown was their best chance to turn this village into a dynamic city just one century later.
Driving through Spanish secondary roads gives you the unpayable chance to discover unexpected beautiful places.
Scenes of common life at the Big Apple, trying to keep the eye focused in the middle of an awesome charming cement jungle