Photo taken today looking towards the Alhambra in Granada from the gardens of the mosque in the Albaicin. For more pics from today go to https://countryhouseinspain.wordpress.com/2016/11/29/snow-and-autumn-colours/
We went for a walk up through the old quarter of Almeria, La Chanca , this morning. The little houses here are painted in many different hues making the area very colourful despite the decay and poverty. This house I thought was particularly charming.
Taken this afternoon at the beach, El Playazo de Rodalquilar. You can see more photos on our other blog – https://countryhouseinspain.wordpress.com/2016/11/19/november-sunshine-in-el-playazo/
Another photo from yesterday not used in out blog www.countryhouseinspain.wordpress.com. This was taken on the beach at La Isleta del Moro yesterday afternoon. On the high resolution photo , when blown up, you can clearly see the gulls circling the fishing boats moored out to sea but on this low resolution image for the web this is not so clear but it is still an enjoyable image.
Another photo I took yesterday at San Miguel de Cabo de Gata which I did not post on www.countryhouseinspain.wordpress.com. I thought this man, painting his boat behind the beach, made an interesting subject wiuth the colours and textures of the huts, boats and bike.
I thought I would post a few photos I took yesterday which I did not use in our other blog www.countryhouseinspain.wordpress.com. This boat, moored on the beach at San Miguel de Cabo de Gata, does not look as if it has put to sea for a while judging from the state of its bridge. Probably not since the chair beside it was last sat on. It makes an interesting photo though.
I took many photos toaday on a visit to Las Salinas, the Faro and San Miguel de Cabo de Gata. You can see some of these on the blog I have just posted – https://countryhouseinspain.wordpress.com/2016/10/11/las-salinas-las-sirenas-y-san-miguel-de-cabo-de-gata/
I kept this photo of a section of a fisherman’s shack behind the beach of San Miguel de Cabo de Gata back for this site as it is a little different and I particularly like the colours and textures.