The warm sunny weather continues here in the Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata. Here are some photos taken during the last week. Of the flowers along the cliffs in bloom at the moment, those of rumen induratus are the most colorful. This shrub likes warm, coastal areas and here it flowers in various shades of pink. The photo above shows some flowering on the cliffs between Las Negras and Cala del Cuervo.
The boats on the beach at Las Negras are particularly attractive in the early morning light and the compositions uncluttered at this quiet time of year.
These two photos were taken on Sunday morning. There are always a few men messing about in the boats or fishing from the shore to add himan interest.
We posted some photos of El Valle in the last blog but here is yet another one. This time of the palm trees looking towards El Playazo beach and the coastline beyond taken yesterday morning.
As we returned to Las Negras after a long morning’s walk we came across these hangliders.
Conditions for this sport here must be good as they are often seen soaring above Las Negras during autumn and winter.
If you click on the photos they will enlarge.