Photographer's Note

Sickles of the river Duratón.

The North zone of Segovia, next to Sepulveda, is a big flatness, arid and very deserted, if we penetrate for these grounds we will observe with puzzlement as they are marked by a deep rut created by the river Duraton.

The river Duraton winds in big meanders of almost 360th grades, and has excavated to his step a deep ravine of vertical walls that writhes on if same in multiple returns. The cliffs of this ravine serve as shelter to a nourished colony of vultures that delight us with his elegant flight.

The fund of the ravine, under protection of his shade and the waters that it cover this one populated with a leafy forest of senile sheet that contrasts with the dryness of the exterior flatness. In autumn, the fund of the Sickles is an explosion of color that contrasts with the severity of the exterior scenery to the ravine.

Two WS with different sights local.

Photo Information
Viewed: 1989
Points: 74
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Additional Photos by Ros P Osado (Zelanda) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 783 W: 1 N: 1219] (5692)
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