Hello friends and colleagues, walking the narrow and steep streets of the town of Pampaneira surprise is guaranteed, just around any corner you can come up with a beautiful corner or a craft store, or both, as in the example today I present this interesting tinao exposed to crafts, I hope you enjoy. Then a few letters on the town and tinao.
Pampaneira is a Spanish municipality belonging to the province of Granada. It is located in Poqueira ravine in the central-western part of the Costa Tropical, about 66 km from the provincial capital. It borders the municipalities of Bubión, Capileira, La Taha, Órgiva, Carataunas and Soportújar. Much of the municipality belongs to the Sierra Nevada National Park and Historic Ensemble of Poqueira Gorge.
When the Kingdom of Granada surrendered to the Catholic Monarchs, many residents took refuge in the Alpujarras and continued for almost eighty years with their customs, religion and language. They were the Moors of Granada, who endured in their rugged mountains, until Don John of Austria, special envoy of King Philip II, ended with the violent war existed.
The subsequent depopulation was full and had to repopulate the land with Castilian alpujarreñas but especially Galicia and Leon, in an edict of 1487 was said to participate in this noble Granada War get redemption for his crimes. It was, therefore, a pressing invitation made to the nobility and their servants to abandon enrolaran Galicia and in the campaign, and they did. That is why the names of many area sites-Capileira, Poqueira, Ferreira, and Pampaneira Xumpaneira, for example-are reminiscent of Galicia.
Pampaneira continentalizado has a Mediterranean climate due to the altitude at which it is (more than 1000m) and being in the foothills of Sierra Nevada (3482m). That means it has cold winters, where it is not uncommon to have snow and ice, and a little warm summers, with extreme maximum above 35 degrees but below 40 degrees. Temperatures are softened by the presence of the Mediterranean Sea. Rainfall is variable and even abundant, with drought period in summer and cold drop in autumn.
The tinao is an architectural solution, typical of the traditional architecture of the region of La Alpujarra, in the Spanish provinces of Granada and Almeria, which creates spaces covered with semi-private or semi-public area, to have a structure of beams on the street, on the which is usually located a room or private home
The Tinao is one of the architectural elements specifically protected by the equity in the Alpujarra Historic Site, as a matter of BIC.
In a way, the tinao has commonalities with the arcades and passages (also called sheds) and in terms of its social function, with other architectural elements, such as skates Soba Valley.
There are three types of tinaos: 1 tinaos pitch, 2 tinaos in homes, 3 Tinao attached.
1 When the structure is supported beams in houses on both sides of a street, forming a passage under it, public and passable. In some localities, as Atalbéitar or Fondales (La Taha), the tinaos placed one after the other, make spaces of great length, and relevance.
2 In some cases, arranged in tinaos "pouch", under the structure of a single housing. In such cases usually give tinao, which functions as a vestibule, access to the house itself and the block and other parts of the house. Although tinao is open, always, the public space, in such cases usually have a semi-private use, as a meeting place and rest.
It also applies, improperly, to the name of tinao rooms open to the street, which exist in some homes, as a covered terrace.
3 There are several examples of tinaos arranged parallel to the facade of the dwelling, building structure beams in the house itself and pillars of masonry or brick (not wood), to arcade mode. It is in such cases, a semi-public space use and usually do not get up on them but a kind of room open terrace.
Make: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D3100
Exposure Time: 10/8000 sec
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Focal Length: 18 mm
Date Taken: 2012-03-15 14:01
Metering Mode: Center Weighted Average
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lousat (89862) 2013-03-19 5:07
Hi Angel,your corners are always beautiful and this is another great example,i like these view from the hearts of old villages,and i like a lot your class to take that in difficult and different light levels like here...very well done,have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
Sergiom (77401) 2013-03-19 5:22
Le cadrage vertical est un choix judicieux.II permet de voir ce qui se passe au deuxième étage tout en conservant notre intérêt sur la petite boutique. Une très belle gestion de la lumière difficile dans ces petites rues.
snunney (97545) 2013-03-19 5:50
Lots of interesting things to see in this well stocked craft shop. I like the point of view and the light and shadow play. Good sharpness.
jacquest (18927) 2013-03-19 6:29
Another one of your nice corners that you present us. The vertical framing offers a good view of the handicraft and the flowers on the second floor. Good light management for nice colors and very good sharpness.
Sonata11 (33763) 2013-03-19 8:41
very interesting composition of beautiful craft work.. I really like it. Perfectly well done. Thanks for sharing and informative note.
ourania (44326) 2013-03-19 10:00
the architecture, the decoration and the handicraft are very attractive and everything is well placed in your picture. There's superb depth and sharpness and this picturesque place looks interesting and inviting. What I like the most is the brilliant light and the way it plays with the shadows and textures. It also has enhanced the appeal of the white tones. The shadows have painted some very interesting details. Congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a lovely evening,
Fis2 (96065) 2013-03-19 10:08
A very curious place.
I like vertical frame, colors and light.
Photo has climate.
Greetings from Poland - Southern Greater Poland.
bukitgolfb301 (41056) 2013-03-19 10:12
Hi Ciao dear Angel
Another very well composed image in nice vertical framework via sharp color and getting nice light.
Thanks a lot and have a good day!
Takero from warming Tokyo
m (0) 2013-03-19 11:43
lovely composition, the flowers frame the scene nicely. I like the dominating whites in this image.
Have a good time
fabbs99 (17133) 2013-03-19 18:55
Great shot.Sharpness and clarity are perfect.Impressive image with nice warm colors.Very well done.TFS.
danos (96766) 2013-03-19 23:55
seeing this 'corner' of Pampaneira i could safely tell that must be a Greek corner in one of the hundrents Greek islands.Excellent presentation of this handicraft shop with the light and the colour management to be superb.
Have a good day,Danos
jhm (151492) 2013-03-20 3:56
I know when once can make a stroll in old cities find you sometimes real surprises as these nice corner.
Excellent architecture image.
Perspective and depth make these picture attractive.
Excellent composition, nice presentation. TFS.
mesutilgim (94562) 2013-03-20 5:31
Good capture of this handcrafts shop in Pampaneira.
Good light and many interesting details.
A perfect TE entry enriched with many interesting notes.
TFS and best regards
rychem (34591) 2013-03-20 10:32
This here is really an original corner with the store, very nice scene, well done
krzychu30 (15512) 2013-03-21 1:28
just like you wrote,every corner in such old cities with so beautiful,narrow streets can be surprising.This is really lovely,small shop with some traditional goods to sale.It´s well composed with very nice light and soft,natural colors.I like it my friend!
Have a good day
adramad (44888) 2013-03-21 9:02
Una composicion muy precisa que nos muestra la esencia de esta precioso lugar, la imagen nos muestra este bonito rincon con la terraza y las vigas de madera, a la vez que nos muestra una parte de su artesania.
Muchas cosas interesantes para ir visualizando en la composicion.
Muy hermosa gama de color. Magnifico trabajo.
Excelente el manejo de la luminosidad y gran nitidez.
Pasa una buena tarde.
wolf38 (31296) 2013-03-21 10:39
Hello Angel. Your eyes are just discovering small and endearing aspects of daily life. Just as you discover the world in miniature. There is no better platform for the sale of such craft products. Really a very nice photo.
maria-v1981 (10932) 2013-03-21 10:49
I would like to sit on chairs and watch the people. The spindle show the traditional of the clothes and everything is handmade. Excellent play of light and shadow.
Have a nice evening,
Romano46 (18472) 2013-03-22 12:15
sei unico nel modo di proporre l'Andalusia, perchè più che insistere sui suoi monumenti più famosi, lasci ampio spazio alla rappresentazioni della sua anima nascosta fatta di stradine e di abitazioni ricche di colore e di luce.
Ogni giorno è una sorpresa e troviamo sempre qualcosa di insolito e la sorpresa è sempree assicurata.
Il tutto con una rappresentazione sempre fedele dei colori vivi della tua terra nel quale il sole abbaglia sulle casde ricche di bianco dove i fiori non mancano mai.
Complimenti per questa tua piacevole condivisione.
Ciao e buon fine settimana
ikeharel (69855) 2013-03-23 8:48
This really offer a "surprise" as you wrote, looks like an old stuff sold here - but with a second look we see some modern cloths on display.
Well taken this corner, contrast, light and clarity play greatly on image.
Buen fin de semana,
COSTANTINO (64208) 2013-03-24 9:26
Bellissima foto carateristica e folcloristica,
ottimi colori,e belli particolari,
Buona Domenica,e cari saluti,
- Copyright: angel cornejo (cornejo) (41395)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2012-03-15
- Categories: Daily Life, Architecture
- Camera: Nikon D3100, Tamron AF18-200 F/ 3.5-6.3 xr, 62mm HAMA Circular Polarizer
- Exposure: f/6.3, 1/800 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-03-19 5:02