On the Water

I’m from a dry land, although I was born and live in a city with a large river, Ebro, one of the most important in Spain.

Here you can see three of its most important bridges and the two cathedrals.

The Ebro is a rich, but irregular river. It suffers its most frequent floods in the cold season, from October to March, and a severe drought during the summer.

Los niños con bañador, por favor
Their floods, when extraordinary, can cause serious problems in some populations.

I would not like to live on an island, surrounded by water, although on vacation it is not so bad.

Playa de las Canteras
Las Canteras beach is a good idea for a holiday. It is the main urban beach in the city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

I prefer higher water.

El cartero de sueños
One of the natural lakes of the Pyrenees.

I also really like playing with water.

Thank you very much John for this wonderful and refreshing challenge.

Posted as part of Lens-Artists: On the Water

19 thoughts on “On the Water

  1. Thanks for joining in on my theme. I know what you mean about flooding. We often have issues in the spring with our nearby river. I love your section on playing with water. That droplet is spectacular.


    1. Thank you very much, These floods are frequent on the banks of my city, almost every year they occur, with more or less damage.


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