Convento monasterio de San Julian y san AntonioAmong Andy Rodker's albums
Sierra de La Cabrera
By the side of the Convento Monasterio de San Julian y San Antonio (and one-time Goya family home) and at the start of one of many possible paths to the summit of Cancho Gordo. Taken on a bitterly cold February day.
Monastery and Sierra in spring.
Convento Monasterio de San Julian y San Antonio and the Sierra de La Cabrera steep southern face as backdrop. Wildflowers in foreground.
In splendid isolation. (H. A. N. W. E. Everyone)!
Convento Monasterio de San Julien y San Antonio. Sierra de La Cabrera. www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oyhlad64-s
La Sierra de La Cabrera. Granite country par excellence!
Convento Monasterio de San Julian y San Antonio with Canchos Largo and Gordo as granite backdrops.
Sierra de La Cabrera, Convento de San Antonio. H. A. N. W. E. everyone!
Granite and holm oak. Canchos Largo and Gordo seen here as well as the Conventonto Ministerio de San Julian y San Antonio. An oldie for sure and posted before too. This was taken on a bitterly cold winter's day!
Sierra de la Cabrera, spring scenery with granite and monastery. I tried to grow asphodel in my garden near London, but it prefers acidic soils so it never performed well.
H. A. N. W. E. everyone!
Monastery, Sierra de La Cabrera, late autumn.
Convento de San Antonio, monastery wall
Convento Monasterio de San Julian y San Antonio, Sierra de La Cabrera.
Monastery and Pico de La Miel, Sierra de La Cabrera
In splendid isolation (although in fact it is on a road and only a mile from the nearest town - La Cabrera!)