I suppose I could write about the flight(s) in question every now and then. This I did for AOPA, enumerated in this linked post, which also talks about my continued vain attempts to fly to Morocco. Below are many additional photos about this amazing section of Iberia.
Somewhere near Isla Mayor.
Somewhere else near Isla Mayor.
Greenhouses near Mazagón.
Isla de Saltes.
Shrine to Christopher Columbus, Huelva. Something makes me think he set off for America from here. Oh, if he only knew the Pandora’s Box he’d open, or that 525 years later, Garrett Fisher would discover Spain from America in a Piper Cub.
Salt marshes near Huelva.
Salt evaporation ponds.
Rio Tinto again.
North of Lebrija.
North of Jédula.
Between Chiclana de la Frontera and Medina Sidonia.
North of Los Naveros.
Conil de la Frontera.
Faro de Trafalgar. Morocco on the horizon, over the Strait of Gibraltar.
NW of Cantarranas.
Field of yellow flowers.
Field of purple flowers.
Somewhere west of Arcos de la Frontera.
East of urbanization “Kuwait Dos” of El Cuervo de Sevilla.
River on the way to Portugal.
Downpour over the Portuguese Outback.
Wildflowers under oak trees.
Tagus River, Portugal.
Back to the Atlantic Coast. Note the well timed rainbow, a sign of the nonsense weather I had to fly around with a sore ass from too much flying.