Tuesday 10 February 2009

Tenerife Winter

We know that this is not a popular subject, but as a matter of fact it's been the coldest winter in 36 years here on South Tenerife. My meter outside the studio window said 11,0 celsius 5 a clock in the morning two nights back.

Mount Teide have still been naked all winter, but today I shot a picture that show some snow, even at a lower altitude. You can see that people are dressed in shorts and bikinis, because daytime we now reach up to 22 degrees. Between 10 and 12 in the evening it can be a bit chilly at the restaurant, so remember to wear warm clothes and to order hot drinks instead of cold ones with additional ice in them.


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