An endless arcade at Royal Palace...
The Royal Palace of Aranjuez (Spanish: Palacio Real de Aranjuez) is a residence of the King of Spain, located in the town of Aranjuez, Community of Madrid, Spain. The palace is open to the public as one of the Spanish royal sites.
It was commissioned by Philip II and designed by Juan Bautista de Toledo and Juan de Herrera, who also designed El Escorial. It was completed during the reign of Ferdinand VI by the mid-18th century; Charles III had two wings added to it.
The huge gardens, built to relieve its royal residents from the dust and drought of the Spanish meseta using the waters of the adjacent Tagus and Jarama rivers, are Spain's most important of the Habsburg period. The Jardín de la Isla is on a man-made island bounded by the River Tagus and the Ria Canal. The Jardín del Principe contains a miniature palace (the Casa del Labrador, built for Charles IV) and the Museo de las Falúas Reales, housing the most important extant collection of Spain's royal pleasure barges.
The Concierto de Aranjuez is a composition for classical guitar and orchestra written by Spanish composer Joaquín Rodrigo, who was inspired by the palace gardens. The work attempts to take the listener through sounds of nature in and around the gardens during the period in which it was written.
The palace's important art and historical collections include the Museo de la Vida en Palacio, describing the daily lives of Spain's monarchs.
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Hora y fecha de disparo 07/03/2011 11:13:10
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Yiannis84 (2824) 2012-10-21 4:51
Me alegro mucho de ver que todavia estas colgando buenas imagenes! espectacular perspectiva acompañado con un manejo de la luz que llama mucho la atencion! muy bien visto! enhorabuena
amaryllis (32605) 2012-10-21 5:50
une perspective vraiment superbe de ce passage avec les pavés et en noir et blanc, cala valorise l'ensemble
chawax (17290) 2012-10-21 6:20
A nice shot that uses very well the perspective lines and repetitive shapes to add depth to the composition. I think a human presence would have made the picture better again.
Thanks for sharing,
JFS (32457) 2012-10-21 9:38
Con esta perspectiva ya tengo claro que nos quieres hundir a todos los que ponemos perspectivas:)))Coñas aparte, tengo que felicitarte por semejante fotón amigo. Tremenda!
Aglaea (55) 2012-10-21 10:43
Great composition and beautiful photo! The lighting is also good! But I agree with Olivier; a person, or maybe a bench or something (however, that isn't exactly something you control..) would make the picture even better! But well seen.
Schnappilic (9536) 2012-10-21 10:49
A splendid B/W composition with these impressive arcades.
I like this perspective. Congratulations!
All the best!
bukitgolfb301 (33538) 2012-10-21 14:37
Hi dear Manuel, how are you?
Another wonderful geometrical appraoching image!
I will have another illusion to be vaccumed into the center. Tasetful B&W color presentation. Thanks for your sharing with nice work and have a good new week!
Takero from Tokyo
Sonata11 (31883) 2012-10-21 15:31
perfect pespective of this gallery. Fantastic captured and fantastic executed photo. Perefectly well done and well seen. Thanks for sharing.
All the best,
Didi (52489) 2012-10-21 15:54
Very good perspective and nice B&W composition.
npecanhuk (58264) 2012-10-21 16:53
Very interesting and attractive picture!
Black & white for the borders and image, sharpness, dof, exposure, title, chosen pov and composition are all excellent!
TFS - congrats,
jjcordier (69639) 2012-10-21 23:10
Et une de plus pour enrichir ta collection déjà très riche de photos de perspectives d'arches, et aussi réussie que les précédentes.
TopGeo (38126) 2012-10-23 8:01
Hello Mamuel! An endless depth in perspective with dynamic contrasts and wonderful endless arcade at Royal PalaceI love B & W and note flawless work with very interesting
photoray (7970) 2012-10-23 9:39
Congratulations on your TE 1200th Post and many more to come.
Your infinity corridor view is a fine representative of Aranjuez, and another good reason to visit Madrid.
The ancient construction is visible in your monochrome vision.