Update 8 March: I suspected quite quickly that this post might become unmanageable, and that a whole page was going to be needed! HERE, then, is that page, which lives under the Useful Stuff tab on the header.
The photo the page starts with is the latest one, received this morning, from Zoe Harewood, a fabulous zoomed picture of a snow-capped Teide taken from Costa del Silencio.
Update 7 March: And another lovely photo of the snowy peak, this time taken from the south. With thanks to Nova Howard.
I’ve been talking in the storm post about Teide being snow covered, and how increasingly rare a sight it is, and last evening I saw the above photo which just summed up Tenerife so much for me: palm trees and snow – where else in the world … ?!
I decided to start a new post rather than just add to the storm thread because I can very well imagine other fabulous photos of Tenerife coming my way in due course, so this can be a little visual archive of how wonderful this island is, even in the midst of economic and social woes.
Many thanks to Steve Andrews (whom many will know as the Green Bard, or Bard of Ely) for this simply lovely photo, for me one of the archetypal images of Tenerife. If anyone wants to add a photo of their own please do just email it to me, or give me a link to a Facebook photo (Steve’s is HERE), and I’ll add it. We really are very lucky …