It was cloudy, when we walked out today in the afternoon, which use to be good for having photos. Odin keep an eye with the area at this photo
The almonds are ready to taste now, not all are ready, but when the open the shell like here, the almond is ready
Odin has a break after we played with balls
The figs are soon ready for tasting, they need to be almost black or very dark, before they are ready
This olive tree is very big and old and no one take care in this area any longer, where we walk daily, so there are not many olives at the tree, but it is growing huge
Here you see a carob tree and there are many fruits at. Many animals love to eat them and Odin is one of them 😀
Odin relax here
Last an olive tree with olives at, not many and I don’t know what kind they will be yet, but we will see
I hope that you enjoyed our walk in our area of Spain
Comments on: "Afternoon walk in Spain – 12 Photos" (39)
What great pictures! I never saw how almonds grew before. Thanks for sharing. I see Odin is a happy dog. ❤
Thank you Colleen. Yes, Odin is very happy 😀
thanks for sharing these cool pictures!
I’m happy that you enjoyed 😀
Wow, Irene, so many trees I have never seen. How fascinating! Thank you for showing them to us. Loved this post!!! Love, Amy ❤
Great that you enjoyed our walk Amy. Often there are too much sun for taking photos, at least to be able to see a good result, but not today.
Wonderful photos and it is always a pleasure to see how happy Odin is! The figs look wonderful!
Thank you Lisa 😀
Yes, Odin is always happy and the figs are close to be tasted 😉
Thanks, Irene. I loved following you and Odin around, as always. Forgive my ignorance, but what does one do with carob?
They are used for flour, which are really good in cakes and healthy too. For food to farm animals.
Thanks for your visit, I’m happy that you enjoyed Linda 😀
I have never seen a fig tree. Thank you for sharing!
You are welcome Inese, I will try to find some more beautiful fig trees, this one lives without any care;-)
It is amazing to see a tree that gives a fruit you know well but have very little idea where it comes from 🙂
Lovely shots and Odin looks like he had fun too. Tried to make a bonsai of a karob once (many years ago), not so good plan…love these posts from you as always.
Thank you very much. Trres with small leaves are better to use for bonsai, fx olive trees, as are very beautiful, when cutted in shapes too.
yeah, true. I was still experimenting.
It is fun to experiment 😀
Wonderful post, Irene! I want to come walk with you!
Thank you Michael, I’m happy that you enjoyed our walk 😀
We enjoy carob trees, olive trees, pomegranate trees, orange and lemon trees here in North Cyprus, much like you in Spain. I also love fig trees, ours are ripening a bit behind you, Irene, but it’s fascinating looking at all the different fruit trees. There’s a great tradition here of olive trees, making olive oil and also preserving black and green olives in garlic and chopped lemon. Mind you, gotta remember that they still have stones in them, you don’t get pitted olives here.
I love all the different kind of trees, which we didn’t see in Denmark either Mo. I prefer the olives with stones, they have much more taste and we need to remember, that the black olives are colored, which I find unnatural.
Not here they’re not coloured, Irene, they’re the very ripe ones. It is what I like about North Cyprus, that the food is so natural.
Natural is also the best Mo. Here in Spain you can buy the black without stones, but not many kind of them and most of them are canned.
Hello Irene and Odin! Happy walking !!!!
Thank you Colleen 😀
Dear Irene.. I so loved my walk with you and Odin and oh to have a few fig trees .. But especially Almond nuts.. how special is that to find along your walk.. 🙂 xxx Lovely photos Irene.. Thank you xxx Sue xx
I feel happy that you enjoyed Sue. All the trees in this post live in a losted area, so I can taste without problems 😀
How wonderful.. 🙂 I used to go hazelnut collecting with my Dad and have happy memories of collecting these nuts in the valleys near to where I lived as a child.. xxx
Nice memories to hav
Sorry, nice memories to have Sue. I remember also to collect hazelnuts in Denmark many years ago 😀
Precious memories both 🙂 of us have xx
Yes but you did collect with your Dad, I did collect with my kids 😉
Love your pics and your dog. Following you now.
Thank you, I chosed to follow you too 😉
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