The antiquity of human interactions literally seeps from the rocks and the trees.
Back in the Autumn great cumulus towers began to form over the high sierra, this signaled that the great dry was coming to an end.
Now in late winter this sweet promise has been fulfilled as wave after wave of stormwrack moves in off the Atlantic on the warm Poniente winds.
The emerald green of the Dehesa is now at its zenith, a barely to be believed transformation from the dessicated yellows of the long summer.
The time of drawing inwards is thus nearing an end as the buds of countless millions of flowers reach toward the world of sun and winds.
Photo: The Dehesa in storms. Courtesy of the author.