Tajinaste in spring

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Description

At the end of spring each year, Las Cañadas del Teide National Park puts on a truly unique display of colour. The crimson flowers of the tajinaste plant, a native of the Canary Islands (its name meaning spire or tower in guanche, the language of the early inhabitants of the Archipelago) is a source of equal delight to visitors and the local bees eager to transform it into a honey worthy of the Fortunate Isles.

Dawn regales us with a truly magical moment where time seems to stand still in the face of such other-worldly beauty.

Photographer: Rafael Pérez

42,00

  • High: 9′
  • Width: 12′
  • Base: 3′
  • Outside Material: Canvas
  • Lining Material : Canvas
  • Strap eyelets: Leather
  • Zip: Aluminum