Creative Jewelling & Life


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Autumn in Spain is not as colorful, as I have seen in many other places of our beautiful world. In the first photo there is a rabbit sitting very quiet, to avoid our attention. We don’t hurt any one, but I was surprised to be able to take a photo, before it decided to run and hide πŸ™‚

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In the middle you find a blooming Thyme, they are possible to find with flowers in different colors as white, pink and purple, which I see here in Spain

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There are many huge rocks here and they have saved me from falling several times, when the soil has been wet after rain. I did fall one time, where I stepped at the soil and didn’t see, how wet it was, it was clean mud. These rocks are not polished in any way, why they support us, when we walk at them

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Here you see another Thyme

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And one more Thyme to show you the different colors

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Odin found something interesting

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Odin love to explore this area, many wild animals are passing or living here

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A happy Odin

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There came others behind us to have a walk in same area, why we stopped to photograph and went on at our walk

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Sunrise in Autumn in Spain

I hope, that you enjoyed our walk

Irene

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Comments on: "Autumn Walk in Spain – 10 Photos" (38)

  1. Thank you for sharing your beautiful walk with me πŸ™‚

  2. This sunrise is breathtaking. Fantastic, how you caught it with your camera!

  3. I had a blast!!!! I needed a break Irene and this was perfect! Lol.

  4. U know someone like me who’s in maine, never left, thinks of Spain and it’s exotic and mysterious to me and then I look at your pictures and it’s not so different. It’s both curious and disappointing at the same time!!! Lol

    • Spain offers so much more, than I’m able to show you here Tracey, so no reason to feel disappointed. I don’t live in the most touristic areas so I’m not close to the places, as you have seen or read about before πŸ™‚

  5. I agree with Erika about using the beautiful sunrise photograph in your Zazzle shop. Can you use all the different colors of thyme equally in cooking, or do you use different colors for different things?

    • Thank you Linda, I just used the photo at my Zazzle now, you will see later today πŸ™‚
      Yes, I use all of the thyme in same way, except I don’t mix them up, when they are dry. Then I better enjoy the different tastes.

  6. Thanks for the information, Irene.

  7. Irene! These are wonderful! You just took me away. Thank you! ❀

  8. Odin is mighty curious πŸ™‚ What nice rustic colors you caught on this walk.

    • Thank you Prajakta πŸ™‚
      Yes, Odin is very curious. I’m happy, that he learned not to hunt either rabbits, cats or other animals, while we are out walking. It makes it more easy to release him, where it is possible.

  9. Wonderful fresh colors!

  10. I very much enjoyed this walk today, thank you Irene πŸ™‚

  11. Thank you for the walk Irene πŸ™‚

  12. Thanks Irene for bringing me along 😎

  13. Beautiful, thank you for taking us along with you.
    We have wild Thyme growing down where I walk my Loui but ours has died off in this last week or so. Love to Odin too, he is so beautiful ❀

    • Thank you Maria, I’m happy that you enjoyed to join us. We had rain short time ago, which helped our nature to grow again after a long and very dry summer.
      It is nice to walk our fur kids and they are great company ❀

  14. Isn’t our homeland naturally breathtaking… and I’m sure, like myself YOU are the Colour in your environment x thanks for the walk.

  15. Love your pictures and you sweet friend!

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