A lone figure on the Embalse de los Bermejelas, near Arenas del Rey, Granada Province in Spain’s Andalucia.
A 300 square kilometre reservoir built in 1958 to generate electric power from the water off the Cacin River, it’s surrounded by national parks, and several species of raptors such as eagles, hawks, goshawks, kestrels and peregrine falcons can often be seen.
But none on the hot summer day, when the only activity was a lone swimmer…
One response to “Wild Swimming”
It looks like snow on them thar hills. In summer?
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