A Trip To London

May 24, 2010

London

In our work we could not get the flight, but still it would begin our trip at the airport in London. Then we will take a bus to go to the london centre.
– Our hotel is called ” Holiday Inn Hotel London-Kings Cross/Bloomsbury”
– The first day we will visit The Changing the Guard in Buckingham Palace, House of Parliament and Big ben, Westminster Abbey, London Eye, Picadilly Circus and National Gallery.
– The second day we will visit Tower of London, Tower Bridge and Camden Town.
– The third day we will visit British Museum, Madame Tussauds and Royal Courts of Justice.
Then we will return to Málaga by aeroplane but we have not it.
PLACE TO VISIT

London PowerPoint

London Eye

Celia Agüera

Alicia Rios

Luciano Torres

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Francisco Trigueros

March 24, 2010

Last weekend I saw some pictures from Francisco Trigueros.

Francisco Trigueros is an artis from Málaga. He is an hyper-realistic painter with an impressive technique, great artist, a master of perspective and color. Succeeded in achieving a mastery of light, as never seen before.

Baños de luz

He is also psychologist, psychoanalyst, poet, art critic, and known to have given several lectures on cubism, realism and surrealism

Danzas de aire

Estudio de las transparencias de la piel

This last picture is the one I like best. I like the technique used by the artist. He lets me see the hand movements.

You can see more of Francisco Trigueros in his web http://www.franciscotrigueros.es

La hoja dorada

Also you can see more pictures from Francisco Trigueros here http://www.franciscotrigueros.es/index.htm


Rawa

March 4, 2010

Rawa is an association of women in Afghanistan. This association is fighting for human rights and social justice in Aftanistán.Rawa was founded in 1977 by Meena Keshwar Kamal.

RAWA is a non-violent feminist group working for multilateral disarmament, the establishment of a secular Democracy in Afghanistan, and freedom and rights for women. It is a humanitarian organization running a hospital, medical clinics, schools, literacy programs, orphanages, work programs for widows and providing aid to Afghan refugees in Pakistan.

Rawa was fundated in 1977 by Meena Keshwar Kamal.

Meena was a women’s rights activist. Meena left the university to devote herself as a social activist to organize and educate women. she campaigned against what she perceived as a Russian puppet state controlling Afghanistan, and organized meetings in schools to mobilize support against it.

Meena was assassinated in Quetta, Pakistan on February 4, 1987 by the agents of KHAD.

RAWA’s efforts are an excellent example to other nations also striving to reform their societies from the inside, to expand exposure to humanist ideals and ethics where they are lacking.