The onward path. The acequia, which takes water to a hydro electric generator, can be seen popping out of the mountain above it
20 Dec 2017 7:54am
Yeah, amazing indeed !
20 Dec 2017 9:06am
Une très belle prise et j'aime le personnage qui nous donne la grandeur de l'endroit!
20 Dec 2017 9:49am
Really spectacular !!
20 Dec 2017 11:49am
Oeps....on this beautiful path you should have no fear of heights: -0
20 Dec 2017 11:57am
Wow, love to see how little and precious we are against Nature powerful beauty !
20 Dec 2017 12:44pm
What an intimidating pathway - with no railings!
20 Dec 2017 1:26pm
@Ruthiebear: you see intimidating, I see inviting :)
This really gets the dramatic point across, and makes one wonder who first had the notion "Hey, I have a great idea! Let's make a pathway across that lethal looking region"...
20 Dec 2017 1:33pm
@Rick: Many of these paths in Spain are about water and getting it to somewhere more useful. Such is the case here, with the bonus that it connected two communities on foot or by donkey, before the advent of a road. We passed the ruins of a venta (a wayside inn and overnight stopping place) on the trail
20 Dec 2017 3:01pm
Oh no such a road
20 Dec 2017 4:03pm
Awesome! I love it!
20 Dec 2017 4:56pm
Un bout de mur le chenin, la roche quel rendu et vue sueprbe
20 Dec 2017 5:12pm
OMG!! I think I would have turned back by now if I hadn't already fallen down! What a stunning view this makes! Thank you for pressing on and capturing this.
20 Dec 2017 6:26pm
A spectacular image. You can see where parts of the trail have had to be reinforced. It is amazing that this was probably the only way to travel between towns at one time.
20 Dec 2017 6:55pm
Wow. I don't think I would want to walk there.
20 Dec 2017 11:42pm
Great shot and marvelous to think how they built these structures.
21 Dec 2017 9:54am
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