Picture of the Week

10 September 2009

Week 35: Busot, goats, fish and cats

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More pictures from my walking and cycling this week, plus a little excursion inland.

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The beach at sunrise:
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My wife and I went on a Sunday drive (!) and passed by Busot, a village in the interior:
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Wall art has reached even Busot:
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In the fields outside the town we stopped so that I could make a panorama. When I came home, it turned out that Photoshop was unable to stitch the images together for whatever reason. But all was not lost:
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The next few pictures were taken while walking my dog.

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Cheeta and I are always watched carefully as we pass this particular house:
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A señorita, and fellow photographer too:
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Boys from the neighbourhood playing in the Sergio Cardell roundabout:
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Peeking in to our local fruit and veg shop:
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Two girls at El Sitio:
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A couple of weeks ago I showed a picture of a man herding a flock of goats in El Campello. During this week, I was lucky to happen on the flock just when they were going to leave the pasture.

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Getting the flock together:
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About to cross the street:
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Now crossing:
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Only a few km from where the herding pictures were taken is the harbour of El Campello:
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A lot of people fish in the harbour; most of the time the catch is not worth taking home, cleaning and cooking, so the resident cats benefit instead:
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One lucky cat and one envious cat:
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The pro fishermen cleaning nets and chatting:
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Finally, something completely different. Our son has had a couple of his friends from England visiting this week, which resulted in our kitchen taking on that particular look:
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