From above, An­dalu­sia in Spain looks like na­ture’s ta­pes­try

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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.

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