Sunday, June 28, 2015

Cádiz: One Last Look

Here is a final (for now) assortment of photos from Cádiz.

A NEW ELEVATED WALKWAY AND PARK.
CARMEN AND ELENA, POINTING OUT THE ROLLER-SKATE PARK
FOR SAN GERALDO, WHO LOVES TO SKATE.
GRAND VISTAS.
ONE OF MANY OLD AND GRACIOUS CITY PARKS.
SOME TREATMENT.
CHORISIA INSIGNIS TREE (SILK FLOSS TREE)
THE BIGGEST ONE I'VE EVER SEEN.
GOLI BEHIND BARS.
THE AUTHOR, BEHIND A WATERFALL.
A VIEW OF GIBRALTAR FROM THE HIGHWAY ON OUR WAY HOME.

19 comments:

  1. Wonderful photos here, Mitch!
    The vegetation is so different of course and very interesting.
    The 'author' lookin good!
    Gibraltar is so imposing looking.

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    1. Jim:
      Gibraltar, as you can imagine, is even more imposing close up. The author was getting wet while waiting for Elena to snap the picture.

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  2. So lovely. Your spirit must find so much peace here.

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    1. Maria:
      I have my challenges wherever I may be, but Spain has sure helped.

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  3. Maria, I was thinking the same thing. Mitchell, these are SO fabulous. The expanse of water... it just has such an effect on the spirit. My jaw just dropped at the enormity of the beauty.
    In that third photo, is that just like a 90-foot shark skimming the water, or an island out there, or what? LOL

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    1. Judy:
      Lots of little islas. No sharks immediately visible that day.

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  4. I was wondering the same thing, Judith! A submarine? I would happily look at more photos if you posted them ...

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    1. Wilma:
      Just a little bit of land. No Russian subs that I know of. As for more photos, be careful what you wish for.

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  5. Love the scenery. So much different than here in Portland.

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    1. Stephen:
      And Portland is so beautiful, too. But definitely different.

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  6. The author is looking very cool (and handsome!) behind that waterfall. Just looking at the photos makes me relax a little.

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    1. Jacqueline:
      Don't know about handsome, but cool and WET. I'll make a point of sharing more photos to help you relax.

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    1. Michael:
      Moving to Spain was the absolute best decision. Every day brings something new.

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  8. As always, I love a good Mitchell Travelogue, and this one did not disappoint!

    So pretty!

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    1. Bob:
      Thanks so much, Bob. It's a pleasure to take you along.

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  9. Nice scenes, especially the one with the sexy, bald author behind a waterfall.

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