Going Back

I have reviewed my photo archive and selected a place that I have visited several times. With my kids when they were little, with friends, with my photography group… El Castillo de Loarre.

The castle of Loarre and its wall rise on a rock, in an exceptional spot in the region of Hoya de Huesca. It is one of the best preserved medieval fortresses in Aragon and is considered one of the most beautiful and perfect buildings of the European Romanesque.

¿Dónde está Pepa? / Where is Pepa?

The castle consists of a walled enclosure and a built body as well as an external tower.

It may well be known to anyone, as it appeared in 2005 in the film Kingdom of Heaven.

Golondrinas sobre Loarre / Swallows over Loarre

It is a recommended visit for both children and adults. It is very entertaining and in the surroundings you can also visit very interesting places.

It’s been a while from my last visit, perhaps when we regain the freedom to travel, it would be a good idea to come back. I have seen that the last pictures I made was with my old Sony reflex. I would have to give a chance to my Fuji cameras.

Posted as part of Lens-Artists: Going Back



17 thoughts on “Going Back

    1. Even if it only serves as an excuse, it’ll be worth it.
      And I think they’ll do a good job indoors. With my old reflex I couldn’t do much.

      Thank you, Tina 🙂


  1. Beautiful beautiful. I soooo love castles. Some connection in a former life. I motorcycled through Spain (and parts of Europe) in autumn 1970. Somewhere, I could never find it again, in the broad region around Burgos or Valladolid, on the way to Madrid, I rode up a hill to a small castle or fort ruin, and drove into the ruined courtyard. I’ll never forget it. Thanks for the reminder!

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  2. Ana, thank you for sharing your photos. I’ve never been there, probably will never get to go either, so I appreciate you sharing all the different perspectives you took of the place. I love your leading lines and composition. Nice job!

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