Photographer's Note

Como estos das la meteorologa en Barcelona es bastante mala, he recuperado unas fotos que tom durante mis cortas vacaciones en Andorra, en septiembre, y en las que tom las fotos de mis ltimos posts.

En esta foto se puede ver una bonita escultura hecha con vidrios de colores, situada en la Plaza de lAuditori, en Ordino. A la derecha se ve una parte de la fachada del edificio del Auditori Nacional, que combina la piedra y la madera y est rodeado de jardines, y que fue inaugurado el 20 de septiembre de 1991. Precisamente el da que tom la foto, este bonito edificio cumpla 17 aos de edad.

El WS 1 es un plano cerrado sobre la escultura y el edificio del Auditori.

El WS 2 es otro plano cerrado sobre el otro edificio que se ve a la izquierda en la foto principal.

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Because these days the meteorology in Barcelona is bad enough, I have recovered a few photos that I took during my short vacations in Andorra, in September, and in that I took the photos of my last posts.

In this photo it is possible to see a nice sculpture done with glasses of colors, placed in l'Auditori's Plaza, in Ordino. To the right one sees a part of the front of the building of the Auditori Nacional, which combines the stone and the wood and is surrounded with gardens, and that was inaugurated on September 20, 1991. Precisely the day that I took the photo, this nice building was celebrating its 17 years of age.

The WS 1 is a closed angle on the sculpture and the building of the Auditori.

The WS 2 is another closed angle on another building that one sees to the left side in the main photo.

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