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I took this series of photographs for Las Fotos de los Lectores de La Vanguardia on the Conill path, returning home, to Altet, in the Urgell region. We can see a landscape watched over from the sky by a wide variety of birds.
Conill is a small, now depopulated town near the city of Tàrrega, about 7 km away.
The abandoned town of Conill is located in Plans de Sió, a sub-region of the Segarra plateau, in whose plains crop fields are common, located at about 350 meters above sea level. The closest towns are the towns of Claravalls, La Figuerosa and Altet.
Birds such as the Iberian imperial eagle, the red kite or the vulture fly over the landscapes of the region, as if they were the watchmen of these roads that cross beautiful landscapes.
90% of the region's area in Urgell is cultivated land, three quarters of which are dry land. In this photograph, with the mountains as a backdrop, we see the perfectly formed cloud above the treetops that dot the road that leads us home.