Testing Our New Apexcam M80 Air in the Sierra Arana

In all the videos that we made last year, I used my good old pal, the Nikon D7100. And although the videos we re of good quality, there was one big disadvantage: it's damn heavy! Introducing our new friend: Advantages Very light.Up to 4k videos. Up to 20MP pictures.Very user-friendly.Easy to handle menu.Comes with 2 …

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Three Awesome Days In Córdoba – Part 3

After a couple of interruptions, we continue with our series about Córdoba. Here are Part 1 and Part 2. On the following map, I show you the destinations we have explored so far and the ones of destinations of today: CórdobaPriego de CórdobaMontoroAdamuzObejo At the end of Part 2, we suggested that you could either …

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Also New on Our YouTube Channel – Gorafe Desert

At the end of 2020, I wrote three articles about how to drive to and through the Gorafe desert: Part 1.Part 2.Part 3. Here is a map with the most important places, mentioned in the three posts. IznallozHuélagoVillanueva de las TorresGorafe It has taken me hours to edit all the bits and pieces and to …

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New On Our YouTube Channel – Winter Wonderland in Iznalloz

First, a couple of announcements. Although we have a bit more freedom since yesterday, we still can't leave Iznalloz. But we have some devious plans!I am going to delete The Cosy Traveler and my website concerning black and white photography. Don't worry: both will be reincarnated here.For those of you who only follow us recently, …

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Snap of the Day – Sierra Magina

And... we are in (partial) lockdown... again. Until yesterday, we could drive around all Andalusia. From today on we can't leave our hometown. This lockdown will at least last a week and then the situation will be reviewed. Let's hope this nightmare ends soon! Yesterday, when we could still make an excursion, we went to …

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A First Exploration of Cabo de Gata

If you ever find yourself in the province of Almeria, you will probably end up in the Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve. But is it worth it? Our answer is very simple: it depends on the season. Lars and I went there in the beginning of August, which was a big mistake! Way too many …

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Photo Essay – Winter Wonderland in Iznalloz

I had planned a completely different post for today and then this happened... So, off we went! Iznalloz in the snow. On the road towards the Barranco de los Diablos. To the other side of the village for more snowy mountains! How beautiful this all is! The snow is melting now, but more is on …

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Snap of the Day – The Bridge

First, Happy New Year! Slowly but surely, Lars and I are leaving food paradise and coming back to reality... We have had a spectacular festive season, but more about that in another post. Anyway, we are not going to lie, we now have a severe case of travel fever... I took this picture during one …

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Torcal – As If Made by Gods

Today, we take you to another unique landscape. Not in the province of Granada though but Malaga! What? In short: a nature park with prehistoric limestone formations. "The Jurassic age limestone is about 150 million years old and was laid down in a marine corridor that extended from the Gulf of Cádiz to Alicante between …

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How to Drive To (and Through) the Gorafe Desert (and How Not to!) – Part 3

First of All Earlier this week, I had promised to publish this post yesterday. But then something happened... Probably like many of you, the last days I have been experiencing many problems with my Gmail. I can imagine that many of you were frustrated or angry as well, but it had a far worse impact …

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