There are a couple of popular myths about visiting Teide National Park to worship at the feet of Spain’s highest mountain, the slumbering Mount Teide. […]
We were ready to set off on our traditional Boxing Day walk and we´d chosen to hike to La Fortaleza.
When we set off, we discovered that we’re not the only ones who traditionally take a walk on this day as the path that leads from behind the visitor centre was unusually busy with hikers of every nationality. […]
Unless you’ve been participating in a full sensory blackout programme for the past 2 months or so, you can’t fail to have noticed that things which have lain dormant for a very long time have suddenly become active again, causing consternation and disruption[…] […]
You can get a shot of Mount Teide framed by emerald pines in any number of locations. What made this frame stand out was that the harsh black lava fields that are usually deviod of colour or plant life were brought to life by splashes of delicate pinks and burnt orange[…] […]