Taking a break from my world in soft, autumnal southern England and going to another world of granite, forested, undulating lands in southern Spain.
Flying to foreign parts of foreign tongue and on the way reading a good fictional tale of English origin, ‘The Case of Aleister Stratton’ by K.G.V.Barnwell.
It’s wonderful to be able to travel and to photograph your own book in some new, remote and distinctive locations.
This photo was shot on a lonely, high castle cliff of a Pueblo Blanco in southern Spain, with the Mediterranean Sea & rock of Gibraltar to the South, the vast plains of Spain to the North, granite hills and farmlands to the West and to the East, cork, olives and oaks trees clinging to the cliffs.
Quiet and solitary, with eagles and vultures circling above, the perfect setting for a dark mystery.
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