And if the end of the world comes … look for me at La Partacua

Majestic butterfly in the mountains of the Pyrenees

Another butterflies.

Rupicapra pyrenaica

The chamois, sarrio or antelope (Rupicapra rupicapra) is a bovine of the subfamily Caprinae present in some European mountain ranges, such as the Carpathians, the Alps, the Caucasus, the Pyrenees or the Cantabrian mountain range and certain mountainous areas of the Balkans , Slovakia…

The old Spanish mailbox

Stories of lions and mailboxes. The two-year-old boy ran down the street, closed to traffic, when suddenly he saw the huge head of an animal coming out of the wall. The animal looked like a lion but he had never seen lions in the…

I want you to know that I’m not afraid of you

Viewpoint of Hoz de Jaca

In response  to the weekly Daily Post challenge:  Earth Viewpoint of Hoz de Jaca..

Subtle contrast of tulips

The most stylish vases in love

Time to go home

Tulips in the Pyrenees

Mozarabic art in the Tena Valley

Panticosa. The ski season is over. See you next year.

Panticosa is a pretty village in the Tena valley, in the Aragonese Pyrenees, which has a family ski resort, without the deployment of kilometers of the sister resort of Formigal, just over 15 kilometers away, but with great charm . Some tips: To eat,…

Incense and aromas of the Pyrenees

In tourist areas there are usually shops with decorative details, with aromas, incense, ….  In Panticosa, in the Tena valley of the Aragonese Pyrenees there is one of those shops. Its name is Yerbabuena, which name is already a declaration of intentions. It occupies…

Panticosa apura los últimos días de temporada de skí


Years of history

If each concentric circle marks a year and there are multiple circles, how many stories could each circle tell us?

Spring is here and now is to stay

Spring is already here and we´ll enjoy it for weeks.

Still life

Atardecer sobre el pantano de Lanuza

Golden sunset in the marsh of Lanuza. All the peace, all the inner withdrawal in a few moments that are to return … maybe tomorrow..

Se van las luces en la Partacua

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