To finally wrap up my coverage of this year’s trip to Extremadura, I’m including some photos from an evening walk we took on the last day. There’s a rural park that we walk to sometimes.
Warning: This post contains broken glass, lambs, and wood carving.
Of course the park has a chapel.
Some kids were playing tennis (with trick-shots, too!) on the road when we arrived. That’s Marga, Marce, and Grandpa Ramón entering the gate back there.
I love this windy road shot. I took it several years ago and a similar photograph was on the front of the town festival brochure.
Family walking down the road. Hey guys! Wait up!
I poked my camera into a little hole looking into a building with lamb noises.
The flash freaked them out a little bit.
The full moon rising over a rural Spanish landscape.
Full moon over a farm house.
Rural Spain uses broken glass for added wall security.
I did my very first wood carving with a pocket knife on this walk. This is my walking stick that I found on one of our morning walks. This is currently my iPhone wallpaper.
The setting sun leaves the town of Higuera de la Serena, just as we would the following morning. Until next year, Extremadura!