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Pomegranates and a distant view (photo)

Taken on a walk to from Órgiva to Carataunas (population c. 200*) and Soportújar (population c. 275*). The view – with pomegranate tree – is looking roughly south just east of Carataunas. Órgiva, nestled in the valley, is hidden behind the Cerro Negro (black hill) in the mid-distance.

Pomegranate tree

* Instituto Nacional de Estadística 2005 survey

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2 thoughts on “Pomegranates and a distant view (photo)

  1. What a gorgeous view! I can’t believe how tiny those villages are. You really must know everyone’s business if you live there.

    Posted by Jessica of HolaYessica | March 31, 2013, 9:48 pm
    • It is one of our favourite walks. We haven’t done the walk in early summer or winter but will do. In fact, I feel a post coming on – tracing this walk on a map.

      Posted by con jamón | April 1, 2013, 8:49 am
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