From above, Andalusia in Spain looks like nature’s tapestry
LIKE THE dots of an Aboriginal painting, row after row of citrus trees ripple across the western Andalusian region of Spain, giving the timeless landscape fingerprints of its own. The spaces between them, some narrow and some wide, flow like the tributaries of a river – parting, meeting then parting again. Witness this intricate tapestry of trees from above or drive an hour south-west of Seville to the province of Huelva to wind your way through the lush orchards – some laden with fruits, others heavy with nuts but all brimming with Mother Nature’s bounty.
PHOTOGRAPH BY DAILY OVERVIEW