Author Archives: Patricia

The Bejenado volcano

Jan, 1st, El Bejenado, La Palma. Impressive views of the island can be observed while climbing to the top of this volcanic cone (1854 m). On transparent days, the neighbouring islands of Tenerife and La Gomera are clearly visible to … Continue reading

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Rupes recta

Jan, 6th, Cubo de La Galga, La Palma. ‘Rupes recta’ in a small canyon of La Palma, a rain collecting natural reservoir. Tones of green abound in an overwhelming scenery of roots, moss, ferns and trees which carry the signature of … Continue reading

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Burnt mountain

Jan, 4th, Llano del Jable, La Palma. The scene is set by this lava field near Montaña Quemada  (i.e. the “burnt” mountain), one of our favourite spots on the island!

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Season’s greetings

Dec, 25th. Another year passed. Many exciting, enjoyable moments stay fresh in our mind as if it were only a few weeks ago. Photography helps in keeping their memory vivid through browsing, processing, evaluating and commenting, if not for others, at least for ourselves. We wish … Continue reading

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Autumn progression

Nov, 24th, Fonds de Lustin. A steep hillside across the valley of the river Meuse is dressing up in the newest shades of autumn.

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Warm colours

Nov 11th, Bois de Havré. Having fun with little things amidst a flamboyant layer of autumn leaves…

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Natural design

June, 2012 – 2013, Aragon, Spain. What is the difference between these two insects? Both belong to the family of the Sphyngidae. The first one is named Macroglossum stellatarum, a moth most active during daytime (also known as the Hummingbird-Hawk moth), while the other is a large moth … Continue reading

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Life in the marsh…

June, 23rd. Barruera (Salencar), Cataluña. The river is wild, the path along the river is muddy, part of the wooden bridge lies stranded on the small beach, heaps of stray wood cover the riverbanks. All this is due to the heavy thundershowers of a few days ago. At … Continue reading

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