Posted by: Admin | March 25, 2011

El Teide National Park, Tenerife


El Teide - the volcano at the centre of Tenerife

As promised yesterday, a series of photographs taken in El Teide National Park, Tenerife. There were still patches of snow beneath our feet despite temperatures of up to 22 degrees just 40 minutes drive away.


The magma flow

Lava "fields" create a surreal landscape

200m from the crater, 3,750m above sea level

Looking up to the peak

The original crater from above

Red Viper’s Bugloss (Echium wildpretii) flowers once in its lifetime, leaving a glorious skeleton





  1. Fab pictures Jo ,glad you had a good time, and very impressed with how high you walked x

  2. Stunning photos Jo, fantastic landscape to work with, all looks so crisp and vibrant. Kim.x

  3. Thanks, guys 😉

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