Hello friends and colleagues, today I offer the last postcard corner of Pampaneira, with tinaos and crafts, hope you like like the previous, then some letters about the villa and tinaos.
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: 10/6400 sec
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Focal Length: 22 mm
Date Taken: 2012-03-15 14:00
Metering Mode: Center Weighted Average
File Size: 277 kb
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Silvio1953 (109249) 2013-09-20 11:57
Ciao Angel, great perspective on lovely corner, splendid light, excellent clarity and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
ourania (21414) 2013-09-21 1:32
an inviting little alley, a little shady interval in the streets of the sunny town. I like very much the decisive perspective that leads to the sunlit, attractive and interesting background that we'd surely love to visit. Very effective alternation of light and shadow, fine clarity and light management. Congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a lovely weekend,
danos (80252) 2013-09-21 6:35
very nice the view of the narrow and covered corridor as decorated perfect with flowers and lead-in the eye to the opposite tourist shop on the backdrop.I like the excellent light and colour management as the beauty of the place that reminds me as to be in a Greek island.
Have a great weekend ahead,Danos
krzychu30 (14346) 2013-09-21 7:42
picturesque,lovely and having its onw,unique charm corner.
Really nicely captured and presented to us!
It´s great to see how excellently you mastered the light here and the strong contrast between sunny and shaded parts of the image.
Have a nice weekend
eldancer1 (22413) 2013-09-21 7:43
Very nice capture of this small alley. Good pov and it has good dof with nice details. I like the lighting. Well done, tfs.
abmdsudi (35282) 2013-09-21 10:48
A simple delightful spot full of the oldie charm and you have a great image to work with, I like the way you're led all the way thru the shaded alley into the far end. Lovely play of shadows and the glorious colours, well exposed and detailed to achieve the maximum impact. You have a great photo. Well done.
adramad (32851) 2013-09-21 11:31
Sensacional composicion que me esta descubriendo nuevos rincones de Pampaneira, donde yo creia que los tenia todos vistos. Mu bien gestionadas aqui las sombras y las luces, con un equilibrio realmente bueno.
Encantador lugar, me encanta.
Muy buena nitidez que nos permite recrearnos en los detalles, un bonito colorido muy natural.
Disfruta el fin de semana.
Un fuerte abrazo.
ChrisJ (92090) 2013-09-21 11:56
The thumbnail doesn't do this justice. Excellent sharpness and shadow detail in the 'tunnel' with the brightly sunlit chair and dress in the distance. good use of diminishing linear perspective and vanishing point. The repetition of the red clay pots at left adds interest. Tfs!
lousat (67057) 2013-09-21 14:19
Hi Angel,another very nice corner in your collection,a bit dark but full of fashion and taken in a very rich composition as usual,i like it!Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
PiotrF (2382) 2013-09-21 15:02
Excellent perspective on lovely corner.Excellent quality, some good details
Nice composition. Colors, contrast are excellent.Very interesting note.
bukitgolfb301 (33486) 2013-09-22 16:52
Hi Ciao dear Angel
Another tasteful and fantastic image for your great country. So sharp and clear image of the best combination light shade and delight gradation.
Ya I want to visit your country in the near future.
All the best and have a good start of a new week! TAKERO
Kugart (1776) 2013-09-23 2:38
Lovely shot of this sheltered little alleyway leading towards the shop in the background . Nice perspective leads the eye towards the beautifully lit background .
jhm (130620) 2013-09-23 4:48
We find us in a very old part of the city.
This is real a nice picture with the narrow street and narrow passage to the background
Your picture is absolutely very nice, perfect of colours, pleasant to look at.
Excellent composition, nice captured, lovely presentation
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice week,
- Copyright: angel cornejo (cornejo) (24573)
- 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, 1/640 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-09-20 10:55