A Terrible Day of Photography on the Piedra de los Pajeros

A Terrible Day of Photography on the Piedra de los Pajeros

This week, I climbed half a mile to the Piedra de los Pajeros above Puente Palo to photograph the snow-covered peaks above Lanjaron. The climb necessitated snowshoes, and progress was slow and hot—the temperature in my house was half what it was outside on the sun-drenched high slopes, and I found myself shedding layers rapidly….

Landscape Photography in Spain – Picos de Europa (Part Two)
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Landscape Photography in Spain – Picos de Europa (Part Two)

My epic week of landscape photography in Spain at the Picos de Europa began here at dawn in the 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) deep Cares Gorge (Garganta del Cares). Check out Part One, Photographing the Picos de Europa for the no less spectacular Refugio Collado Hermosa and Refugio Cabana Veronica where we shared epic sunsets and incredible cloud inversions…

Photographing the Picos de Europa (Part One)
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Photographing the Picos de Europa (Part One)

As I mentioned in the last post, Photographing Cabo de Gata, I’ve just returned from a week long walking expedition, photographing the Picos de Europa. Suffice to say it was an absolute blast, the weather cooperating to provide all of the conditions I’d hoped for and none of the ones I’d feared! The Picos de Europa (“Peaks…