We have had some rain during the last month and walking down the track to the beach we noticed how much greener and fresher the landscape is now.
Via the agave lined path we soon arrived at the northern end of the beach known as Cala de los Amarillos.
Here a grove of eucalyptus trees creates interesting shapes and shadows behind the sand.
Despite the fine weather and it being Sunday there were very few around. In this photo our dog Rubi is the only creature in view.
A few more people soon arrived. In this photo the girl in the centre was posing foe photos only to be disturbed a a group of walkers.
We walked the length of the beach and over the cliffs were we looked down on the next idyllic cove.
This group of agaves created an interesting composition on the valley behind against the backdrop of mountains.
Cutting inland to make a different route back we came across this well known herd of white goats.
The goatherd and his dog were in attendance while the goats grazing on the fresh grass.
Back on the beach the light was changing and the shadows lengthening.
Along the path back we saw this turtle dove enjoying a dip in a puddle on the path.
Approaching the old mill on our return we noticed that the lowering December sun was now casting an orange glow.