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This time of year is when you prune and cut the olive trees. We just bought some more land … an abandoned olive grove in front of our property and it needs renewal.
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this time of the year we have a view to this gorgous yellownes just outside our door. It is not our mimosa, but the neighbor’s. Isn’t it nice?
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.
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photographed on a morning walk on the mountain last week.
The table olives have now been picked and the ones left on the trees are to be picked for oil …
is quite green and alive these days. I think the very wet winter is the reason why.
The last pic is of the four orange trees we planted last year. I noted the name of the trees at the time just to remember the varieties. Now, they are blooming … again, and the navelina to the left has one, not ripe though, fruit on one of its lower branches … but the trees have not really grown in size. Hmm, I’m still not sure it was a good idea to plant these trees. We are learning though.
after a week with unpleasant weather. I don’t think there are many blossoms left on the almond trees after all the strong winds here. Hope to get time in the weekend to check it out.