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Bullring Ronda Andalucia Spain statuefriday


Bullring at Ronda....it's the oldest in Spain.
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Sep 11 2009 00:19 GMT martini957
Sep 11 2009 00:27 GMT jomoud PRO
Very attractive area.
Nice capture and entry Meg.
I hope you and John will have a great weekend
Sep 11 2009 01:24 GMT ashdad PRO
Great entry!
Sep 11 2009 01:35 GMT hans55 PRO
a beautyfull statue !!
Sep 11 2009 02:25 GMT larrybenedict
Is this bull-ring still in use today? Have you seen a bull fight since moving to Spain?
Sep 11 2009 04:02 GMT Poulet PRO
Great shot and entry!!

Have a beautiful weekend, dear Meg. :))
Sep 11 2009 04:36 GMT fhelsing PRO
a beautiful entry!
Sep 11 2009 05:35 GMT senna3
Great choice for the theme, very Spanish!
Sep 11 2009 07:52 GMT sini
Great shot and entry!:)
Sep 11 2009 08:04 GMT LizSA
interesting..... I like the comments Larrybenedict did on this weeks entries...
I would like to know as well...... somehow it is like something of ancient times
coming along into this time era of ours...!!
Sep 11 2009 08:05 GMT LizSA
the photo take so long to downloud, I did my comment on the thumbnail..

it is a beautiful picture...
Sep 11 2009 09:06 GMT marijke06
elegant one!
Sep 11 2009 10:32 GMT Papagena
Olé !!! but I don't like this kind of behavour with bulls....
Sep 11 2009 10:47 GMT superJoan
remember this well...They do have special bullfights here Larry....
Sep 11 2009 12:34 GMT JJAP
Sep 11 2009 20:26 GMT yvon
Tja ........ i think that the bull needs a statue
Sep 11 2009 21:19 GMT litz
Fantastic symbolic statue...
Sep 11 2009 22:36 GMT megmet PRO
Yes they still do the bullfights in this Plaza de Toros....

I've not been to a bullfight while we have been living here, but I did go to one some years ago in Marbella.
I always thought I would hate it, but in fact I didn't! I had been reading up on the whole thing and so understood what was going on more than most Geri's would do.
It's quite an art form with many rules to be followed, if the crowd think the matador is not behaving correctly they will let him know in no uncertain terms.
It's still cruel... but not as bad as some would have you believe. It is a part of the Spanish culture and tradition, so we as foreigners don't have the right to judge, especially as they see the way we in both the UK and America treat our old people as inhuman.
Sep 11 2009 23:07 GMT Milibuh
Ole !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sep 11 2009 23:26 GMT CBLADE007
really nice entry!
Sep 12 2009 10:30 GMT MargNZ
Wonderful Spain .. great entry Meg :))
Sep 12 2009 20:01 GMT lunacrout
great sense of movement in the cape ;-)
Sep 13 2009 06:07 GMT cdc PRO
great composition
Sep 13 2009 14:55 GMT aquiles PRO
FABULOUS ENTRY,,,,,Y OLÉ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sep 14 2009 08:48 GMT abojovna PRO
Beautiful statue, thank you for your comment about the Spanish culture and tradition !