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210403 - Córdoba en blanco y negro

Calle FERNÁNDEZ RUANO - de la Puerta de Almodóvar, de los Pescadores

Manuel Fernández Ruano (Córdoba 1833 - 1888) Poeta. Al decir de los expertos fue el poeta cordobés más importante que produjo nuestra ciudad en la segunda mitad del XIX. Hombre discreto, indolente y perezoso tras una breve estancia en Madrid al amparo del Conde de San Luis, regresa a Córdoba, donde ingresa como redactor en el diario La Lealtad, propiedad del conde de Torres Cabrera, donde publica poesías y artículos literarios bajo el seudónimo de Martín Garabato. Colabora en otras publicaciones locales de la época, alcanzando algunos éxitos literarios, tales como los primeros premios de los Juegos Florales de los años 1862, 1865 y 1878. En 1860 ingresa en la Real Academia de Córdoba, aunque en sus trayectoria va a encontrarse con la presencia de Antonio Fernández Grilo cuya falsa sonoridad poética hará palidecer la figura de Ruano, que fallecerá en la más absoluta miseria y muchas de sus obras sólo verían la luz cuatro años después de su muerte, gracias a la decisión municipal.

Fuente: Las calles de Córdoba

Antílope Ruano, Roan Antelope, Hippotragus equinus.

 

Moremi Game Reserve

Okavango Delta

Botsuana

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An F-16 Fighting Falcon from the 480th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron takes off from the flightline at Souda Bay, Greece, Feb. 1, 2016, during a flying training deployment. The training included more than 15 aircraft launches a day as part of the training between the U.S. and Hellenic air forces. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano)

"...Como sé andar de resero,

tengo tropilla entablada...

La madrina es colorada

y tiene un potrillo ruano...

Bien manchao tengo un tubiano

que ahora poco lo he enfrenado

y que ante ayer lo he probao

galopiando y llegó entero,

¡veinte leguas compañero!

hasta el pueblo de Bragao....."

 

Fragmento de "Mi tropilla", de Darío H. Anasagasti

Fuente: gauchoguacho.blogspot.com/

San Antonio de Areco, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Amigos, visitem: www.visiteareco.com

Oro olímpico desde el sofa de casa. Oro para Nadal, plata para Deffer y Ruano-Medina, también vela... Vaya domingo, si hasta mis pies celebraban tanta victoria!

 

Olympic gold from the sofa of house. Golden medal for Nadal, silver for Deffer and Ruano-Medina, also sail ... What a Sunday! Even my feet celebrated so many victory!

 

Explore, 17 agosto 2008

This is for my friend Rudy who loves and works on these beauties,

www.flickr.com/photos/ruanos/

Sorry Rudy this was the only color they had at the show,

I guess their colorist was on strike...LOL

  

Taken at the International auto show in NYC,

PLEASE VIEW IN LARGE

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Dolor el tiempo, el tiempo negro

que nos va gastando, como si lleváramos

atadas sus cadenas a las entrañas.

  

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Douleur, le temps, le temps noir

qui nous use, comme si ses chaînes

étaient toujours attachées à nos entrailles.

  

Isabel de los Ángeles Ruano (Guatemala, 1945)

 

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Foto: En el cementerio también... Agonía rural. Roales de Campos (Valladolid)

  

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Photo : Douleur le temps… L’agonie du monde rural Dans le cimetière aussi. Roales de Campos (Valladolid, Castille, Espagne)

 

©️ Jorge Eduardo Ruano / Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab (ML186375771)

 

A U.S. Army light medium tactical vehicle assigned to the 9th Mission Support Command, Army Reserves, Honolulu, is driven on a U.S. Naval Landing Craft Utility operating out of the USS Ashland (LSD 48) during beach-front loading and unloading of vehicles on Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Nov. 12, 2018, as part of the Super Typhoon Yutu relief effort. Service members from Joint Region Marianas and U.S. Indo-Pacific Command are providing Department of Defense support to the CNMI's civil and local officials as part of the FEMA-supported Super Typhoon Yutu recovery efforts.

 

U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Christopher Ruano

Landscape of Timanfaya, a Natural Park in Lanzarote (One of the Canary Islands).

Pano of 3 vertical photos.

TKs to Dani Ruano from FOTORUANO, one of the best Online photography shops in Spain and Europe (www.fotoruanopro.com/) for lending me a 5D MKIV.

youtu.be/nEeh0UXjRyE

youtu.be/CV9__JpZ5iQ

The name recalls the Cordovan poet Manuel Fernandez Ruano.

poet of religious, whose major works to San Eulogio, or "A la venida del Espíritu Santo" .

cordobapedia.wikanda.es/wiki/Manuel_Fern%C3%A1ndez_Ruano

 

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Montse Ruano

Singing is also saying, feeling, expressing...

LONDON BRONCE / OJO DE IBEROAMERICA: PLATA/

CLIO: PLATA(Desing), BRONCE(Out of home)

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Bogota, Colombia

VP Creative: John Raul Forero

General Creative Director: Juan Jose Posada

Creative Directors: Mauricio Guerrero, Diego Cardenas (PERRO)

Copywriter: Julian Gutierrez

Art Directors: Andres Lopez, Camilo Ruano / Daniel Mora

Photographer: Javier Crespo

Art Buyer: David Alvarado

Account Director: Fabio Quiroga

Production: Freddy Rivero, Leonardo Miranda

Billboard provider: Vallas Modernas

Additional Credits: Eduardo Baez

La actriz Mar del Hoyo con un diseño de María Ruano.

 

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Jaime Ruano, preparándose para una presentación.

Performing Fashion Show

The street : cordobapedia.wikanda.es/wiki/Calle_Fern%C3%A1ndez_Ruano

Near Puerta de Almodóvar

We se Bar El Picantón : " Bocadillos Calientes y Especialidad en Salsa Picante "

el-picanton.blogspot.fr/

Este es Cacique, el perro de Don Ruano, es muy fiel y tranquilo. Le gusta echarse bajo la sombra y cuidar las gallinas.

   

This is Cacique, Don Ruano dog is very loyal and quiet. He likes to lie in the shade and take care of chickens.

Un autobus en pruebas en la Ruta 111

Uno de los pocos edificios historicos que aguantó el terremoto en Lorca

"... Viera que linda tropilla

la que traiba don Cipriano,

era de alazanes ruanos,

blanca clin, como flechilla.

Con su madrina rosilla

baja al trote la ladera,

es una yegua puntera,

los fletes amadrinaos

trotan todos bien rodiaos

de su linda compañera ..."

 

Fragmento de "Pelos criollos", de Elías Gordillo Rojas

Fuente: gauchoguacho.blogspot.com

Ayacucho, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Calle Fernandez Ruano in Córdoba, Andalusia, at its intersection with Calle Sanchez de Feria. Located at the foot of the Morena Mountains, about 80 miles northeast of Seville, Córdoba dates back to the ancient times as settlements are known to have existed in the mouth of the Guadalquivir from the 8th century BC. In the historical era, the city emerges as Kartuba during the Carthaginian expansion. The city was conquered by the Romans as early as 206 BC and became the capital of the province of Baetica over time. The great Romans Seneca the Elder (orator), Seneca the Younger (philosopher) and Lucan (poet) all came from the Roman Córdoba. The Romans were succeeded by the Byzantines and then the Visigoths who were driven out by the Moorish invasion in 711. Córdoba grew rapidly under the Umayyad rule and by the year 1000 it was the largest city in Europe with a 100,000-strong population, with some scholars’ estimates rising up to 400,000. The city was filled to the brim with palaces and mosques, of which the Great Mosque (the Mezquita) was the largest and most beautiful. Arts and sciences flourished as never before. Suffice it to say that two of the most prominent philosophers of the time, Averroes and Maimonides, were born in Córdoba. At its peak, the city was home to some eighty libraries and educational institutions. The economy prospered, too, with local goods like leather, metal work, glazed tiles and textiles were highly valued across Europe. The Golden Age of Córdoba ended after it fell to the Castilian king Ferdinand II and became part of Christian Spain in 1236. Córdoba was not engaged in the trade with the New World, although Christopher Columbus did meet with the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand II of Aragon and his wife Isabella I of Castile, here in 1487. The city went on a decline that continued well into the Renaissance times. In the 18th century, the population was reduced to just 20,000 inhabitants. Nowadays, downtown Córdoba remains a typically Moorish city with narrow, winding streets, especially in the older quarter of the center and, farther west, the Juderia (Jewish quarter). The legacy of the past makes it a first-rate tourist destination [May 26, 2017].

Ya que se aproxima el dia de todos los santos, me he atrevido a hacer una pequeña composición...Sigo con pequeños fallos, pero vamos avanzando...

Model: Nuria Ruano

Ediciones G. P. (Barcelona, 1959). Cubierta de J. Coll

  

He visto a don Miguel de Unamuno no más de diez veces en toda mi vida. Tampoco creo que el que le haya visto veinte sepa más de él. Unamuno está visto en una tarde, como una ciudad. Desgraciado de aquel que, para darse cuenta de un personaje, necesite estudiarle en un curso, o para llevarse la impresión perfecta de una ciudad precise avecindarse allí y ver por dentro los monumentos. Los hombres y las catedrales se captan con la rapidez que se lee un anuncio luminoso. Y si no, es que el que mira es tonto. U otra cosa.

Físicamente, Unamuno es un hombre perfectamente bien plantado en tierra. Su esqueleto vasco no se ha deformado en Castilla. Don Miguel se jacta íntimamente de esta buena planta. Es un hombre que presume de hombre, como al pensar presume de pensamiento, al escribir, de escritor; al hablar, de gran dialéctico, y al mirar, de que se entera de sí mismo y le importa poco a quién mira. Don Miguel se ha compuesto una personalidad física en complicidad con el sastre, con el zapatero, con el peluquero y el hortera de las camisas. Eso que él llama "uniforme civil" tiene una gran importancia en la personalidad de un hombre que vive para ella, y para quien en esta palabra personalidad está comprendido el alto drama de la vida.

All the cigarettes that i have never smoked

Calle Fernandez Ruano in Córdoba, Andalusia, at its intersection with Calle Sanchez de Feria. Located at the foot of the Morena Mountains, about 80 miles northeast of Seville, Córdoba dates back to the ancient times as settlements are known to have existed in the mouth of the Guadalquivir from the 8th century BC. In the historical era, the city emerges as Kartuba during the Carthaginian expansion. The city was conquered by the Romans as early as 206 BC and became the capital of the province of Baetica over time. The great Romans Seneca the Elder (orator), Seneca the Younger (philosopher) and Lucan (poet) all came from the Roman Córdoba. The Romans were succeeded by the Byzantines and then the Visigoths who were driven out by the Moorish invasion in 711. Córdoba grew rapidly under the Umayyad rule and by the year 1000 it was the largest city in Europe with a 100,000-strong population, with some scholars’ estimates rising up to 400,000. The city was filled to the brim with palaces and mosques, of which the Great Mosque (the Mezquita) was the largest and most beautiful. Arts and sciences flourished as never before. Suffice it to say that two of the most prominent philosophers of the time, Averroes and Maimonides, were born in Córdoba. At its peak, the city was home to some eighty libraries and educational institutions. The economy prospered, too, with local goods like leather, metal work, glazed tiles and textiles were highly valued across Europe. The Golden Age of Córdoba ended after it fell to the Castilian king Ferdinand II and became part of Christian Spain in 1236. Córdoba was not engaged in the trade with the New World, although Christopher Columbus did meet with the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand II of Aragon and his wife Isabella I of Castile, here in 1487. The city went on a decline that continued well into the Renaissance times. In the 18th century, the population was reduced to just 20,000 inhabitants. Nowadays, downtown Córdoba remains a typically Moorish city with narrow, winding streets, especially in the older quarter of the center and, farther west, the Juderia (Jewish quarter). The legacy of the past makes it a first-rate tourist destination [May 26, 2017].

A Balmore Ruano Original

AUTOR: Roberto Ruano Ruíz (AFOTO).

FECHA: 10/01/2021.

It's never late enough for me to stay

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