A never ending task … and walking around town, the clothes lines always catches my eye. Quite often I just have to take a photo of them. I suspect it may be a woman photographer thing.
These windmills are on a mountain called Sierra de Aguas and I can see them from home (the above photo is from a walk last summer) … and when you are flying into Málaga you know you are very close when you fly over them.
This weekend we got a closer look at the windmills on a walk up there arranged by the town hall. It was a rather grey day and raining at times, which was actually quite good for the walkning, but not for photographing.
Horses with braids and women with eye make-up, flowers in the hair and big earrings.
More regarding make-up starting at Francesca’s FuoriBorgo.
This a a blue sky with no clouds. The white stuff up there is smoke. Looks pretty, but for contrast the sound was horrific.
This man was lighting noisy fireworks with regular intervals Sunday morning, I guess to let people know that they should be ready for the annual pilgrimage to escort the patron of the town back to her sanctuary.
while a group of men were dressing the cart with flowers and ribbons.
More about contrasts starting at Francesca’s FuoriBorgo.
Have a great weekend.
In December the big “palo borracho/drunken tree” in town was in full bloom. The morning I had decided to go at take some photos of it, the night before had been very windy and cold and most of flowers had blown off.
Anyhow, I took a some shots and a few motion blur ones too.
more posts about motion all over the world starting with Francesca of FuoriBorgo.
In town this afternoon: two cats, a pretty yellow tile above a door, and someone preparing for a cold evening.