The colour of Heat
The many tourists driving along the Andalusian freeways can admire same bushes of red, pink and white oleanders than at the two entrances of Carmona.
At the el Viso round about or at first entrance from the freeway to Seville
Yet, my favourite colour is by far the explosion of red bougainvilleas everywhere in town, from the cornice to the school fence, houses and parks
The vega (plain) seen from Carmona has got nice colours as well
Normally the pale violet Jacaranda bloom end of April, early May. This year it was end of June!
I liked this photo of the lady selling churros by San Anton church round about.
Calle San Anton is just a marvel full of Jacaranda. In the midle of the street you can have breakfast at “El Crusanito” (the small croissant) hold by a family with Fran from Carmona. It is the only place in Carmona with home made croissant with butter
From the shade of the square to the shade of the bar, most appreciated commodity, summertime.
I mentioned the colours of heat, unfortunately, this blog cannot share with you the “smells” of heat like Jasmine, a natural mosquito repellant. If you want to learn more about summer, browse my blog!