WPC: Reflecting

An underground water cistern in Spain. See other fine reflections for this week’s photo challenge here.

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  1. Beautiful! Love the symmetry 🙂

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    1. Thanks Karen! I love the symmetry also — the more Moorish the influence in Spain, the more I responded to it.

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  2. Great composition and lighting. It makes sense that they saved rainwater from winter to use through the hot, dry summer. Sounds a lot like CA. 🙂

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    1. Thanks Eliza. You’re right, a lot like California! Now please excuse me, I must go buy that rain barrel I’ve been looking at! Actually, we’ve had a bit of a tiny miracle here. It actually rained several days this month. Unheard of this late into sprint.

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      1. Everything must be growing like crazy after all the rain. How are the fruit trees?

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        1. The persimmon has little fruits — amazing that they won’t be edible until the fall. Almost as long a gestation as a human! There are baby oranges on both trees, as well as on the grapefruit & pomelo. The lemon just chugs along, giving fruit. We did some heavy trimming on the pomegranate last fall and it’s just chock full of small red fruit. Last year most of them fell off, or split open, so we’ll see how that goes. The peach & plum both have respectable & identifiable little fruits. I’m very excited about the mango–I think we’re going to get some edibles! It is just full of baby fruit. The avocado is positively frightening. I think there are about a thousand potential avocados.
          All of our rain this past winter has really been a magnificent blessing.

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          1. Wow, how exciting to have all that yummy food right in your own yard. I’m envious! I think I need to visit when the pomegranates are ripe. 🙂 ❤

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            1. You’re room is ready whenever you are!

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  3. Love this composition and the play of light and color!

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    1. Thanks Val. It was a magical space — too bad there’s no walking about down there. Or maybe it’s a good thing. 🙂

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  4. i’m happy knowing
    that the water comes
    from a beautiful storage 🙂

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    1. a treasure hidden in a treasure chest 🙂

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