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  • They make full use of the granite boulders here in building (as they do in parts of northern Portugal too).
  • Seen better days
  • Valdemanco
  • HFF everyone!!
  • Mountain stream and ventilation tower for the railway tunnel below.
  • Mountain stream, granite, cistus and Spanish lavender
  • Lavender, cistus and mountain stream .
  • Mountain stream over granite.
  • Mountain stream over granite.
  • Floating gently away.
  • Mountain stream, nearly dried up.
  • Mountain stream (the last of it before the summer heat dries it out completely), granite, cistus and Spanish lavender.
  • Cantueso
  • Mountain stream, granite and stonecrop
  • The last few days of this mountain stream, in this season anyroads!
  • Mountain stream
  • Mountain stream. H. A. N. W. E. Everyone!
  • Above Valdemanco
  • Cistus and gorse, Peña del Tejo
  • Peña del Tejo in spring.
  • Dusty path, granite, cistus and lavender.
  • Cantueso, granite and cistus
  • granite, lavender, cistus and the dusty path
  • Granite and cistus
  • Hello!
  • Peña del Tejo
  • Cantueso and granite
  • Cantueso
  • Cantueso.
  • The Valdemanco climbing crags, used primarily as a training ground although there are a few more challenging routes.
  • La Sierra de La Cabrera, Mondalindo and the Bustarviejo Valley.
  • A little cloud, or a free-falling, sky-diving sheep!
  • Cistus, lavender, granite
  • Cistus, lavender and broom.
  • Sierra de La Cabrera. Cistus, fir and granite.
  • Cistus (rock rose or jara)
  • Cistus, jara, or rock rose (best on full screen).
  • Cistus or jara or (in English) rock-rose, in its wild state, carpeting the mountainside in May around here.
  • My girlfriend laughed out loud.
  • Lonesome tree
  • A heroic, if lonely, juniper tree.
  • Sierra de La Cabrera
  • Rock window
  • Rock window, Sierra de La Cabrera
  • My favourite rock window! It's a struggle to squeeze through to get to this point!
  • Rock window, Sierra de La Cabrera
  • Granite scenery, La Sierra de La Cabrera
  • Sierra de La Cabrera, the far western end.
  • Rock window
  • Granite rock window
  • Spring won't be long a-coming, the nights are already getting shorter.
  • Cistus siblings and granite
  • Late spring wildflowers and granite
  • Bustarviejo Valley from below Las Torres de Cancho Largo.
  • My favourite walking / scrambling country.
  • Cancho Largo
  • I could hear the mountain goats from here for the first time, but couldn't see them until later. But I could  see them on this shot later that night! Can you see them?
  • The Guardian and new oak leaf
  • Mountain goats / ibex.
  • Mountain goat family, Sierra de La Cabrera below Canchos Gordo and Largo, and high above the Meseta.
  • Mountain goats again.
  • The Guardian of the Mountains still holding firm!
  • Can you spot the ibex (mountain goats)?
  • It's those difficult-to-spot mountain goats again!
  • Las Agujas de El Cancho Gordo, granite country. Full screen please.
  • The Four Towers, Madrid seen from the The Needles of Cancho Gordo (just about).
  • H. A. N. W. E. Everyone! Granite World!
  • Sierra de La Cabrera
  • Las Agujas del Cancho Gordo.
  • La Cabrera Town seen from Cancho Gordo, Sierra de La Cabrera. (on full screen, please)
  • La Cabrera town from El Cancho Gordo on the ridge of La Sierra de La Cabrera.
  • Sierra de La Cabrera
  • Sierra de La Cabrera, Cancho Gordo.
  • La Sierra de La Cabrera
  • From Cancho Gordo to Pico de La Miel, Sierra de La Cabrera, eastern end. The N1 toll-free motorway crosses the scene.
  • La Meseta from Cancho Gordo.
  • Sierra de La Cabrera
  • Sierra de La Cabrera. The eastern ridge from Cancho Gordo. And I think it's that sky diving sheep, showing off, again!
  • Las Agujas de El Cancho Gordo. Granite country.
  • La Sierra de La Cabrera, eastern end.
  • Sierra de La Cabrera
  • Cantueso. (and granite)
  • Sierra de La Cabrera
  • The dusty path

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