Hey, some great captures there
Thanks, I appreciate that!
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I was just about to say “Did you see a nutty old bloke attacking them?” and then I got to the last picture!
A statue of the nutty old bloke in Alcala de Henares, the birthplace of Cervantes. A nice city just east of Madrid.
Windmills at tilting.
Nice. I was in Greece last summer and the windmills were brown. I like the white Spanish windmills you’ve shown here, Andrew. Thank you for sharing.
Where were you in Greece, I only know of white windmills in Greece?
Patmos and Mykonos….
Never been to Patmos but I was in Mykonos last year. How did you find it? Too many cruise ships for my liking and a bit over priced!
Yes, I would enjoy going back to a lesser known island. Patmos had its charms. I really enjoyed Crete and Rhoades this time. Got away from the crowds and absorbed the sights and smells. This summer I will be going to Spain and hope I can find some quiet spots.
Next time try Amorgos and maybe Koufonissia. Where will you go in Spain?
The touristy spots. I take students on educational traveling trips. 😊 Madrid, Seville, Barcelona. I have never been to Spain. Looking forward to it.
Lots of windmills in a row. I believe I like the white ones. Nice selection, Andrew. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
All redundant now of course but preserved for visitors and tourists!
I find windmills to be fascinating subjects, much the same as I find lighthouses.
Pristine, aren’t they? 🙂
Restored, of course!
Marvelous images! Have to agree with lulu, there’s just something about lighthouses and windmills!
I love photos of windmills and yours are no exception. not a single one in my photo archives. I think that shall have to change.
You will need to go to Spain or maybe Holland. We have a lot of windmills in Lincolnshire. A lot of the land is below sea level and they were once used to drive the drainage pumps. Redundant now of course and a lot of them are converted to domestic dwellings!
Stunning photos Andrew!
Gorgeous photos Andrew! 🙂
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