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Almond tree 1

Today I will show you some photos from our daily walks here in our part of Spain. Here you see a blooming Almond Tree

Almond tree 2

It went very fast after the blooming of the Almond Trees, until the new almonds were visible

Almond tree 3

A little more close to see here

Almond tree 4

I found some shadow here, why this photo looks more dark

Odin

Odin love to run free here

Borage 1

We have lots of Borage in natural areas, where no one take care any longer

Borage 2

I did grow Borage, while I lived in Denmark. I used the beautiful blue flowers in salad, they are eatable and taste good. More than that, they are also nutritious

Borage 3

I find these Borage so beautiful, they show clearly the spring is arrived here, even we have grey clouds at the sky today. I will not complain, we have had beautiful sunshine and warm weather for a while now and I do often enjoy my food outside in the midday

Wild flowers 1

There are many Wild Flowers in these areas and I love to see them blooming, all look so promising with hopes for long and sunny days

I hope, that you enjoyed our walk

Irene

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Comments on: "Walk in Spain in April – 9 Photos" (36)

  1. Beautiful photos, Irene. Spring is gorgeous in Spain, I’ve never heard of Borage, and am now very curious. Thanks for sharing! 😉

  2. So beautiful Irene

  3. I agree with everyone, Irene. Sharing your walks in Spain is very nice of you. I’ve never seen Borage, though I had heard of it. Do you pick some, since no one is taking care of it anymore, so you can add it to your salads? Please pet Odin for me.

    • Thank you Linda, I will pick some this year for fresh salads, now I have found places, where no one walks and they grow well there in peace without pollution. In Denmark, I bought the seeds in a garden center and they were so beautiful in my gardens. They look so amazing served upstairs a salad, also for guests 😀

  4. How beautiful, Irene! Did you hear me sighing 😍

  5. Oh, so beautiful… it seems Spring has clearly sprung, dear Irene 😀 Wishing you the best! 😀

  6. Beautiful photographs Irene. Odin looks like a lovely dog.

  7. What an inspiring blooming walk, feels good, relaxed!

  8. I so love your walks Irene.. Those almond blossoms are lovely.. As is the Borage.. and wild flowers.. Odin looks well.. The days are growing longer now and the air is warming up.. 🙂 🙂 xxx

    • I’m so happy, that you enjoy our walks, Sue 🙂
      We do also enjoy the longer days here and we should get better weather from tomorrow again, which I’m looking much forward to. Last week I worked in my garden, cleaning weeds, and I didn’t need more clothe that shorts and a top. Wonderful.

      • Yes its been colder here especially in early mornings sharp frosts.. But warmed up this week.. However it said on the long range weather that it may turn very chilly again next week.. SO we are being careful to what we plant out . 🙂 .. Shorts and top sound wonderful I am still in fleece and woolley hat in the garden especially in the mornings as we go around 8 am till noon. . LOL 🙂

      • It is not that cold here, but I use fleece and boots in the morning too, when I walk with Odin. We have had up to around 25 C. some days a little more and I promise, that I enjoyed 🙂

      • It reached 24 the other week, one day only.. And then plummeted back down to 15 . its only reaching 10C here now some days..

      • We have had between 10-15 the last two days here and it feels cold, when we just got used to warmer temperatures.

      • 🙂 🙂 Yes… it will soon I hope settle..

  9. These photos seem like heaven (especially for Odin!). Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  10. Oh Irene, these pictures are absolutely gorgeous. Your pictures make me really want to come and visit Spain. Thank you so much for sharing. Big hugs to Odin 🙂

  11. I always love seeing a glimpse of Spain.Thank you for sharing! I’ve always wanted to visit, except when you told about the python sighting.Now I know that whenI visit I will stay close to the city. 😀

    • Thank you Sheila. I walk in the same area daily and I haven’t seen any big snakes since then. Another told me, that he saw a huge snake dead in the road last autumn, maybe this was the one.
      Even in Denmark, where I come from, I have seen big snakes and they can’t even survive there in the winter in normal ways, it is much too cold.
      So I think, there are people, who don’t use their brain at all, when they just release snakes etc. in free nature, both for the nature, but also for these animals.

  12. Lovely photographs, Irene. Spring is stunning in Spain, I’ve never known about Borage, and am presently exceptionally inquisitive. A debt of gratitude is in order for sharing!…

  13. love seeing Odin! Such beautiful flowers

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