Autumn colors on the Ebro river

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Autumn colors on the Ebro river. Navarre, Spain. Photograph with pictorial digital effect.

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Where Were The Dreams…

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Old mattres in an abandoned farm.

…”And if they touch your skin
Will your body draw them back in?
Spoiled wrong, like bad meat
There you fall sick and poisoned
Hear that humming sound (sound)
It’s the clock grinding you down
(Grind you down)
But if flats the edge you need
(Bad luck, bad luck, bad luck)
Cut a path back out to solid ground
(Bad luck, bad luck, bad luck) …”  – ‘Abandoned House’ – William McGuffey Perry –

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The Blue House

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Albarracín is a Spanish town, in the province of Teruel, part of the autonomous community of Aragon. The town is located in a meander of the Guadalaviar River. The Sierra de Albarracín mountain range rises to the South and West of the town.
This is the only house in the whole of Albarracín that is not painted pinkie orange.

It’s a picturesque town surrounded by stony hills and the town was declared a Monumento Nacional in 1961.

The town is named for the Moorish Al Banū Razin family that once had been dominant in the area during the period of Muslim domination in the Iberian Peninsula.
From 1167 to 1300, Albarracín was an independent lordship known as the Sinyoria d’Albarrazin which was established after the partition of the Taifa of Albarracín under the control of Pedro Ruiz de Azagra. It was eventually conquered by Peter III of Aragon in 1284, and the ruling family, the House of Azagra was deposed. The last person to actually hold the title of Señor de Albarracín was Juan Nuñez I de Lara, although his son, Juan Nuñez II de Lara continued on as the pretender to the title until 1300 when the city and its lands were officially incorporated into the Kingdom of Aragón.

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