( photo things + living life)

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

A farewell and a Welcoming

Hi everyone,

it's been a year since I started my blogger site. It's been a great year. I've met new great people here and I've learnt lots of things. A new year has arrived and I've felt this way of presenting my work was not the best for me. So I've finally realized something that has been rounding my head for a lot of years.... to create my own domain and host my own pages in the right way.

Some days ago, and after some events happened to me I decided to take that road. I've bought my own domain and I've stablished my own photoblog.

This blog will continue to be valid for some time just for text entries while I learn and install greymatter, but the new photoblog is already online and working!!!!!.

I know it won't be the most original layout in the world but it will display my daily photographs in the clean, easy and plain way I want them to be shown.

Thanks for joining me in this trip and I hope you'll like to continue the journey this year in my new home. Thanks!!!


Wednesday, January 12, 2005

8th Avenue Jam

A cold winter night in New York having a coffee in a Starbucks corner. Lots of cars passing by.

And not so beautiful buildings and shops.

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Buying @ Chinatown

My traditional day at Manhattan Chinatown gave me this photograph of the everyday life in this wonderful neighbourhood. Please, watch it at LARGE size to avoid resizing artifacts. Any comment will be welcomed!.

Monday, January 10, 2005


This is my entry for my local photography group work this month. The theme is absence. And that's what this photograhs makes me feel... Hope you like it. Any comment will be welcomed!.

Monday, December 27, 2004

Coaster & Nature

A nice sunset at Island of Adventure theme park combining what the nature brings us with the most advanced technology humans can create.

Tuesday, November 30, 2004


A simple house entrance of Amsterdam.

About the appearance of Spanish EX-Prime Minister yesterday...

Three questions are floating in my mind since yesterday appearance of our ex-prime minister Jose Maria Aznar on TV. He basically said the terrorists attacks were done in order to induce a change in government and some mass media in Spain deliberately lied about the governement hidden clues that pointed foreign terrorists instead of national ETA terrorist group (that was their original idea about the source of the attacks).

This questions are so crystal clear that no doubt could arise in anyone with common sense:

1/ Why the ex-prime minister don't recognize yet that the whole idea of the Iraq war was completely wrong and no massive destruction weapons were menacing the world???
2/ He, and the right party has said that terrorist attacks in Madrid were planned before Iraq "preventive" war. Then I don't understand why they say the terrorist attack in Madrid goal was to remove the right party from governement because their support of US in the Iraq war.
3/ If the spanish government shouldn't have supported the Iraq war, do we think that even in the case of a terrorist attack in Madrid before the elections the people of Spain would have felt the necessity of a change in our leaders?. Probably in that case people would have grouped and supported the governement.

And one final question.... this one pretty subjective but quite scary for me....

4/ how our ex-prime minister can sleep at night?. Just thinking all the innocent people he has supported to kill, and all the anger he has helped to developed against us (occident) in other parts of world should be more than enough for me to scare my dreams for the rest of my life.

Do they think we're stupid????????.

COME OOOON!!!!!!!!!!


Friday, November 26, 2004


What could be more characteristic of Amsterdam than their bycicles?. Trying to find an original point of view to steal an snap of this particular "feature" of Amsterdam.