Ruta Arierra de Felix

Ruta Arierra de Felix

Ruta Arierra de Felix

So finally I have my photographs sorted for Ruta Arierra de Felix. If you’ve read my previous post, Where does the time go? you’ll know that a few weeks ago we went for the day to Felix for the filming of a documentary Ruta Arierra de Felix for Canal Sur; proudly working towards the recovery of social customs and symbols and of local Andalusian traditions.

The programme will be broadcast on Saturday 21 April 2012 at 20:05 on Canal Sur 2 throughout Andalusia. Then from Monday 23 April, you can view it online @ http://www.canalsur.es. Search for ”Espacio Protegido” and click on the broadcast of 21 April.

The day left me with well over 500 photographs to sort through, in addition to photographs from other recent experiences – it’s a dirty job but someone has to do it!

Anyway, having now sorted through them all, I hope you enjoy the slideshow🙂

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5 responses to “Ruta Arierra de Felix

  1. You live in such a different world than I do. It’s wonderful! And I’m glad to know they are working towards recovery of local customs. It’s important to keep a sense of identity about you and where you came from. These are the cultural gems in a world going global.

  2. Yep, know what you mean. I came from just outside London to live in San José, a real cultural change in many ways… I really miss the music of London but gradually I am getting involved in things here🙂

    • Many of these towns, especially around Almeria date back to the Arab times when the Moors invaded Spain well over 1,000 years ago! This town is one of them. There is evidence of Moorish architecture in almost ALL of the towns.

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