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© Natalia Delgado
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UploadedJune 11, 2008
TakenJune 15, 2003
ModelFinePix S602 ZOOM
Exposure1/420 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length7.8 mm
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Castellers in Barcelona

In the Castellers photo essay.

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  • Mark Gilliland

    Mark Gilliland gave props (11 Jun 2008):


  • Claudia Turner

    Claudia Turner gave props (11 Jun 2008):

    spain loves tallthings...cathedrals, el torre shots, and this, woww

  • brandi rinks

    brandi rinks said (11 Jun 2008):

    love how the crowd leads you into the shot. very nice!

  • Ken McElroy

    Ken McElroy gave props (13 Jun 2008):

    Whooftaaaa. . .how tough ya gotta be to be in the base of that human pyramid? You have captured a natural wonder or a mass tragedy.

  • Mike Donahue

    Mike Donahue said (13 Jun 2008):

    very intense series !!!

  • Nimish Sawant

    Nimish Sawant said (15 Jun 2008):

    hi Natalia
    loved the whole series of shots you have done for this event. it really tests ones patience and endurance, specially the ones standing at the base.
    this Spanish festival is very very similiar to the one we celebrate in India, known as Gokula - Ashtami aka Dahi-Handi. Its a similiar human pyramid, but the aim here is to be able to break open a pot containing youghurt and fruits. Its dedicated to the Hindu God, Lord Krishna, as he used to form such human pyramids to reach the pot of yoghurt which was always placed at a height.
    Take Care

  • May Lattanzio

    May Lattanzio gave props (20 Jul 2008):

    Isn't that something? I loved this photoessay. Good job.

  • Rob Roy

    Rob Roy (Deleted) gave props (8 Sep 2008):

    The uniforms add so much; and it've especially interesting how the red/pink tones are echoed elsewhere, even in the banner

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