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Chani Demuijlder
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Feeling the spring   Posted 4/9/2018


Happy Easter   Posted 3/29/2018


Underwater   Posted 3/20/2018


Fishing boat and cloud   Posted 3/12/2018


Red fruits. Road work   Posted 3/4/2018


Animaloons   Posted 2/22/2018


A fresh start   Posted 2/13/2018


Warm colours   Posted 2/6/2018


Wind in the park   Posted 1/26/2018


The power of nature   Posted 1/21/2018


Back to work   Posted 1/11/2018


Happy New Year! Rio Seco   Posted 1/5/2018


Holidays   Posted 12/20/2017


Another year almost over   Posted 12/9/2017


Andalusian white villages   Posted 11/29/2017


Sand and water   Posted 11/26/2017


Red and wild   Posted 11/16/2017


Dark season   Posted 11/6/2017


Fishing nets and ropes   Posted 10/26/2017


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Snow in the mountains, picnic on the beach  
by   Chani Demuijlder

April is a strange month indeed. Friday was quite rainy at the coast, which means quite snowy in the mountains. We could picnic on the beach looking at some snow-covered summits at the east of Malaga - an unusual view at this time of the year. Yesterday, we opted for taking the train direction Fuengirola and walking back home from Carvajal. We love to stop at a small bay, as long as it quiet (it was). On the way back, we found many stranded jellyfish. I took this picture as I was fascinated by their beauty. At home, I found out their name, Physalia physalis in Latin, "Atlantic Portuguese man o' war", "man-of-war" or "floating terror" in English. I also read that they are in fact no true jellyfish. Though, they have got venomous tentacles that can deliver extremely painful stings, even when they are dead. Fortunately, they are not often to be seen on our beaches. http://chaniscreativespace.blogspot.com.es/2018/04/snow-in-mountains-picnic-on-beach.html
 
  

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