Today we changed the clock to Winter time … and temperature has been winter like.
The other Sundays this month I have been enjoying walks along the sea in nice sunny 20+ C weather.
These photos are from the last stretch of beach to the west of Málaga city. The tourists have gone and the seagulls had taken over. At least for a little while.
Sunday after the 8th of September is the day of the annual pilgrimage to escort the patron of Álora, la Virgen de las Flores, back to her sanctuary after nine days in the parroquial church of Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación. The virgin is escorted by carts, wagons, tractors, people on horsebacks, and people on foot.
It’s a big day in town … and it’s a big day for photographers of all kinds.
These roses and many more grow on a small patch just around the corner from my house. I think the neighbours in the street have planted them and take care of them.
From a walk with my camera looking for Spring.
Have not been out photographing a lot this month. It has been cold and dark … and raining.
Love the foliage on the tree (not sure of the name) and it gets lovely yellow flowers once a year.
The shadows on my neighbour’s house fascinates me. The a car passes by at night, the shadows from the lemon trees come to life.