I started off alongside the Rio Genil and then down the Cuesta Genil to the historic centre. The sharp light and bare trees created a wintery atmosphere. The church of San Basilio makes a good focal point here.
There were plenty of tourists about in the Plaza Bib Rambla.
I love the old buildings in this square. Once again the bare trees are evocative of winter.
On a corner this old lady is still selling flowers. I recall taking some photos of her at this time of year three years ago.
Many of the trees in the squares have been pollarded. They look quite dramatic here in Plaza Trinidad.
There were the usual buskers, pedlars and crowds of tourists at the Mirador San Nicolas from where there is a great view of the Alhambra with the Sierra Nevada behind. The snow on the mountains looked fresh and the snow line was quite low. Although today was bright and sunny I think the weather in Granada was pretty grim at the beginning of the week.
Finally I like this photo looking up the Acera de Casino from the Plaza Real. It seems to capture the spirit of the day. It even tells us the temperature – 16C.