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The Fountain of Ahmet III (3. Ahmet Cesmesi)

Patricio Armijo

Guacarhue

Comuna de quinta de tilcoco, zona central, CHILE

September 25, 2011, 14:08 local time

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© 2011 Patricio Armijo, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

En una primera impresión, el concepto de Historia puede manifestarse directamente en locaciones como museos, sitios patrimoniales, estilos del arte, por nombrar algunas ideas. Sin embargo, en un uso cotidiano se refiere a eventos que son inmodificables, en particular a omisiones o cosas que se debieron hacer pero no se hicieron. Siguiendo esa línea de pensamiento, hay sucesos que hacen el transitar imaginariamente sobre esa barrera una sensación de falta, de reproche. Así en un periodo tuve muy presente que lugares de chile debía dejar registrado gráficamente, debido a su belleza, singularidad y estilo, uno de esos lugares era el pueblo de Guacarhue, especialmente su iglesia diseñada por el afamado arquitecto italiano Joaquín Toesca en el siglo XVIII. Sin embargo, esto no sucedió en el momento oportuno y el terremoto del 27 de febrero del 2010, uno de los más grandes terremotos de la historia, tirando gran parte del pueblo y chile por los suelos, una víctima significativamente fue su iglesia, la iglesia de Guacarhue. Por esta razón, he tomado esta fotografía de la plaza donde se aprecian los escombros de la iglesia con la punta de su torre, la iglesia como tal ya no existe, y esta fotografía sólo es un mensaje personal sobre La Oportunidad.



Google translation:
At first glance, the concept of history can be manifested directly in locations such as museums, heritage sites, art styles, to name a few ideas. However, in everyday usage refers to events that are unchangeable, including omissions or things to do but had not made. Following this line of thought, there are events that make the barrier move imaginatively about a perceived lack of reproach. Thus in a period I had in mind that Chile had to leave places recorded graphically, because of its beauty, uniqueness and style, one of those places were the people of Guacarhue, especially its church designed by renowned Italian architect Joaquín Toesca in the eighteenth century . However, this did not happen at the right time and the earthquake of February 27, 2010, one of the largest earthquakes in history, pulling many of the people and chile on the floor, a significantly victim was his church, the church of Guacarhue. For this reason, I took this photograph of the place where there are the ruins of the church with the tip of its tower, the church as such no longer exists, and this photograph is only a personal message about the opportunity.

Location

Latin America / Chile

Lat: 34° 21' 13" S
Long: 71° 0' 57" W

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Canon 550D + Tokina 107 + Manfrotto Tripod + Nodal Ninja 3 MkII
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