24-120/4 @24mm, f7.1, near its origin, afternoon sun in full power; D90
High up in the Quadalquivir River origin. Looking towards the peaks of the Rio Borosa source which are the tops on the furthest horizon left off the centre.
24-120/4 @30mm, f9; D90, fresh morning, contra jour, rising sun
The night's cool dying out.
Tokina 11-16@14mm, f7.1, contra-jour; D7000 Branches of a Fig Tree basking in the sun
24-120/4 @35mm, f8; D90 higher part of the Borosa riverbed is used to be regularly flooded; Segura's hill side in the background.
Nikkor 24-120/4 @24mm, f7.1; D90
Tokina 11-16 @16mm, f6.3; D7000
Tokina 11-16@11mm, f7.1, late afternoon; D7000
Tokina 11-16 @11mm, f7.1, sun low on the horizon behind me, Sierra de Segura; D7000
The River Borosa source is a spring feeding Agua Negros close to Laguna de Valdeazores which was the aim of our hike. On our way back.
Tokina 11-16 @14mm, f7.1, Segura hills; D7000
From this point the path is rising steep to the very top of the hills. This is on our way down back from the top.
Tokina 11-16 @ 16mm, f7.1; D7000
Clouds briefly cleared away somewhere far on the horizon and the tops of the rocks above us lighted up for a few last minutes. We needed to move on because we didn't take the head torches and there were some tricky sections to pass. All went good, despite a bit of rush on the way down. The midnight supper tasted great in the mild air under the sky lit by the Moon.