Rio Tinto in Huelva, Spain, is a highly acidic river (ph 2) that has a deep red hue due to the iron concentration in the water.

The highly saturated colors make fantastic and unreal landscapes, perfect for our preferred hobby.


Time-lapses filming in this acidic environment and the temperature of 40ºC a where challenging for us.



The source of the Rio Tinto is an open cast mine localized in Nerva. An amazing place with lots of abandoned mining facilities and a source of photographic possibilities.

In the next post we publish some samples of the time-lapses recorded in Rio Tinto.