Photographer, Alfons Puertas has captured the silhouette of the Serra de Tramuntana, Majorca from 300 kilometres away in Barcelona.
Majorca can only be seen from the Catalan coast a few times a year when conditions are perfect, with no clouds, a clear atmosphere and not too much light.
Muy nítido y extenso el avistamiento de #Mallorca esta mañana desde #observatorioFabra #Barcelona pocas veces como hoy!! @AEMET_Esp @meteocat @wmo @btveltemps @eltempsTV3 @gemmapuigf @Monica_Usart @ame_asociacion @Divulgameteo @ARAmeteo @alcantara_alb @AlfredRPico @tiempobrasero pic.twitter.com/mBoO0DuK03? Alfons Puertas (@alfons_pc) November 29, 2019
This very rare phenomenon was captured early in the morning from the Fabra Observatory in Barcelona which was built by Josep Domenech i Estapà in 1904.
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