As you may have gathered by now I have a love for Spain and due to some major changes in my life this year I was able to spend a little longer in this wonderful country with my OM-D.
Due to the changes in my life I haven't written a blog for a little while, which was hard for me but hopefully things have turned around and I will be able to get back to what I love.
Venturing to a few more remote places this visit, I experienced some great views, culture and places. Being August the weather as expected was sunny and clear everyday but I did experience one thunderstorm, so I decided to jump in the car and try and capture some of the dark low level clouds, so that is were I shall begin.
The storm only lasted one day so after it cleared I ventured out to see an area that I have wanted to visit for a while and see were locals create some of the fine wines that Spain produces.
Local grapes on their vines
Grapes drying in the midday sun
The stage that I normally get to see and enjoy.
Covering the bay is an impressive headland where the Spanish guarded the country from the invasion of the moors. I have always wanted to head up to this point as the turrets are so distinctive as you look up from far away.
Looking out through the trees onto the bay.
The lonely walker
Looking through an old derelict house.
Lunch Venue, on a small remote beach.
Dramatic Iron Bull in a unique villa front garden
Nearing the end of the trip we enjoyed a wonderful meal in a typical Spanish restaurant
Good friend Joan
I hope you enjoyed the images and whilst the rumours are gaining momentum on the EM-5 replacement, I know the Original OM-D EM-5 will hold a strong place in my heart. I care to think how many images I have captured with this camera but what I do know is each and every time I pick it up I just want to create.