Even in winter, the countryside in southern Spain has something to offer. Warm sunshine, wildflowers blooming and farmers working the fields.
I had to babysit my son's dogs, yet again, as he and his girlfriend took a short trip to the Gibraltar area.
As always, things were very quiet, and of course, the Internet was deadly slow.
As is always the best option, I had the camera with me and got a few views, starting in the dewy, early morning, and concluding at sunset.
I have a feeling that if I had been up earlier, the dew would have actually been frost, as there was still a nip in the air. However with the warm sun, the dew soon dried and it became a lovely sunny day.
My son will be moving house next month, so the garden is now a little neglected, but there is still a variety of good food popping up amongst the weeds and wildflowers, including some fresh and tasty Swiss chard:
While strolling in the garden, the dogs suddenly started barking. Turns out the farmer next door had his tractor out. He had apparently been "sowing some wild oats", well actually, proper oat seeds! He was at this stage using the tractor and a roller to flatten the soil over the seeds.