The natural volcanic sand mixed with imported Sahara sand
I like this composition Keith and nice to see you made it up Mt Tiede. We drove up there twice and went up the cable car on the first visit. A fascinating place. When we got home Million Years BC was on the box and quite a bit is filmed up in the Caldera. Thank you for your visits and your comments. Hope you arm is a lot better now and if you are up to it and able to be back in the saddle.
Hi Stephen and thanks. This was my third visit over 20 years and it saddened me to see the wholesale unchecked expansion in the southern resorts, but the Caldera was definitely worth the third visit. I think that we will be looking at new places to experience on holiday now though.
The arm isn't perfect, but it is as good as it is going to get. I am back in the saddle as of 10 months after the accident, nearly 4 years ago. The insurance settlement is now imminent and new bikes and cars are part of the plan, as is a bit of travel. Thanks for asking.
skida, When I looked at this on the front page thumbnail, I thought for a moment it was looking down from up in the sky. I am sure that is not an effect you intended, but it got me to look closer. ;)
Aye Tom! That's what it looks like.
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Photo taken in Isora, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
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