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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Bright light, Andalucia


Here is another one of those light tower shots, also taken out the window while driving 100 kmh. I don't remember exactly where we were but I can give you the general location. We were in Spain and we had started our day in Toledo. We then drove on the wonderful old road to Ciudad Real. Miles and miles of olive groves, every twenty miles or so a beautiful old castle would turn up perched on a hillside.

We left the old city of the King on our way to the mountains of Andalusia. Our ultimate destination that night was Cordoba, if I remember correctly.  This picture was taken on the last leg when we left La Mancha.

Anyway, we had never seen anything as bright as the light shining off this solar mirror reflecting tower. Retina burning light. This shot was taken at about 6:26 p.m.

It goes without saying but I hope to return to Spain one day.

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