Thursday, December 31, 2015

Strolling around the fields of La Trinitat.

The Autumm and Early Winter that we're having in Menorca this year is being abnormally warm.  
An invitation to walk through fields and beaches. Both the coast and inland paths are filled these days with people, mostly Menorcan, enjoying their time walking or cycling.
"La Trinitat" is an agricultural area east of Ciutadella dedicated to the cultivation of cereals and fodder for livestock. There are some vast farms with large and old houses.
 La Trinitat.

Sant Llorens

Binipati Nou

Some trees and plants in the island are blooming,
victims of the mirage  of this false spring.
 Myrtus Flowers.
Myrtus Communis, the common myrtle or true myrtle, is native across the northern Mediterranean Region. In the ancient Mediterranean Cultures, myrtle was symbolic of either, Love and Immortality.
On the other hand the weather conditions in parts of the UK are, as I read in the press, really rough. I do hope that you have not been affected by the floods.

Happy New Year.

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