Yellow season

There’s a yellow season here in mountains from late spring to early summer. You can see the amazing bright yellow spots everywhere. All sorts of brooms, wild santolina and some other plants. Enjoy the golden Andalusian spring!

On our terrace

On our terrace

Walking on hillside behind the house

Walking on hillside behind the house

What a perfect shape!

What a perfect shape!

 

Some visitors

Some visitors

It is just a naked brunch with a sudden burst of blossom at the end!

It is just a naked brunch with a sudden burst of blossom at the end!

Just a bee

Just a bee

My dog loves these yellow shrubs!

My dog loves these yellow shrubs!

Another of our terraces with yellow broom and my little Sophie in the foreground

Another of our terraces with yellow broom and little Sophie in the foreground

Huuuge Opuntia!

Huuuge Opuntia!

Opuntia's flower

Opuntia’s flower

Around Motril

Around Motril

Around Motril

Around Motril

Around Motril

Around Motril

Around Motril

Around Motril

Sierra Lujar (near Orgiva)

Sierra Lujar (near Orgiva)

Sierra Lujar (near Orgiva)

Sierra Lujar (near Orgiva)

A blooming santolina from my flower bed

A blooming santolina from my flower bed

Working bee on a blooming santolina in my garden

Working bee on a blooming santolina in my garden

 

 

 

 

 

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2 responses to “Yellow season

  1. It was lovely to see all the yellow shrubs and flowers. They are so bright and cheerful. We have had yellow broom out in Scotland for a while now – it seeds itself in my garden and I get a variety of colours.
    I love the view with the snow-capped mountains in the background.

    • Annette, we have probably tens broom here on our land and they look gorgeous how they are but this year I want to improve some of them by prunning to make them look very-very bushy. And yes, all this yellow colour looks lovely and cheerful.

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