Fotos de industrias, imágenes de puertos y barcos.
Photos of Industries, Ships, Energy, Nature and Cities for your presentations, publications or decoration. Get here your high quality pictures at the best price!
Pictures from the cities of Madrid, Berlin, London, New York, Bogotá, Istanbul, Valencia, Rome, New Delhi. The architecture, monuments, streets and people from some of the greatest cities in the world.
Fotographs from Industries related to energy. Coal mines, metallurgical coke plants, coal fire power plants, biomass, cement, crude oil refineries. Wind mills and thermosolar plants.
Ports and Ships
Find a great selection of photos of ports, pictures of vessels, images of port operations and terminals. Ports of Gijon, Algeciras, Valencia, Castellón, Rotterdam, José de Anzoátegui, A Coruña, Sines, Cartagena, Barranquilla, Liverpool, Oslo and others.
Mountains are our refuge, a place to find Wild Nature and Cosmos. Images from Spiti Valley at the Himalayas, Sierra de Guadarrama and mount Peñalara, Pirinees, Picos de Europa and Colombian Andes.
Mother Nature is our store of food, pharmacy, oxigen producer and raw materials supplier. Our obligation is to preserve and sustain it and our delight is to enjoy it. Photograps from Lozoya and Cocora Valleys, Tayrona Park, Sierra de Cuenca, La Mancha, Mallorca, Almería and more.
A place to rest, relax and to enjoy the Sea. Pictures of beaches from Asturias, Tarifa, Tayrona Park, Costa Brava, Peñíscola and others.
Those who were born and live in cities, love villages and small towns and wish some day to live in one of such places. Rural and lovely small town images from Spain and Colombia. Pictures from Cuenca, El Escorial, Pedraza, La Hiruela, Tossa de Mar, Saint Malo, Auray, Le Mont Saint Michel, Salento, Villa de Leyva and Spiti Valley in India.
``Photography is the representation of a unique moment.``
Madrid – Bogotá
I had my first reflex camera, a Canon AE-1 when I was 15 years old and then, I dreamt to take pictures like the ones I used to see in the National Geaographic.
At that time, I wanted to become a merchant marine, like my father. However, the life in the ships was not for me as I could learn after spending my summer holidays sailing in cargo ships. Therefore, I started studying geology since I could do it together with main hobbies: photography and hiking in the mountains.
I quit early from University changing my boots and binoculars by my suits, ties, Business English and Foreign Trade courses. I first worked in my father’s shipbroking company, chartering ships, and later in different coal trading and distrubution companies.
For more than thirty years, I was chartering vessels, buying and selling coal, and always taking pictures, traveling and hiking.