Meadow, forest, mountain and sky, each merging effortlessly, one in to the other.
As the ruins fall to dust so the plants garland this carcass of humanity with a living wreath of wild flowers.
The rapture of the meadows continues beneath the flower canopy.
Looking out from the open heart of this ancient oak, one sees its younger siblings growing underneath its protective shadow.
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Over the next ten days the Dehesa will come into the full expression of its floral self.
Down beneath the incredible canopy of flowers, the secret life of the Dehesa continues its shady existence.
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The old forest sits in quiet contemplation on this mountain.
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The Spring rains have been bountiful on the mountain.
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The sheer livingness of Spring in the Dehesa is breathtaking.
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As the season moves inexorably onwards, so the color palette of the mountain subtly changes.
The forest is not a collection of individual trees. It is rather a great living and animate entity.
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