Photographer's Note

We were in the Natural Park of the cañadas of the Teide, whose altitude is of 3,718 meters on the level of the sea. This volcano is of the estromboliano type, and its last eruption dates from 1798, is surrounded by an overwhelming geologic landscape of formation, forming the Cañadas of he himself name. This taking is made in the called place Roques de Garcia, where we can observe the Roque Cinchado (it appeared in 1000 bills of the old pesetas, among others). They are different “escupidas” rocks of great size by the volcano in its eruptions, that have been able to stay still on with their original forms due to the different resistance from the erosion of the materials that compose them. The Roques finds out and the Teide is the Valley of Ucanca, and in the right slope the cableway of the Teide. We can have the luck to see it surrounded by intense a blue sky, like of beautiful clouds or, according to told our guide us, of snow within few weeks, changing totally its landscape.
I know that the photographies presented/displayed in TE of the Teide have been several, but to me it pleased me as I had left with this so precious sky of bottom, as well as I hope that like you

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