In the beginning of 2019 I decided to make a radical change in my photographic routine. I had been photographing birds for over a decade and I felt my aging body was not able to keep on doing the same challenging things as I had done before. So I began to explore other kinds of nature photography, using creative techniques to depict a wide range of subjects, like trees, water and (intimate) landscapes. I used the entire year of 2019 to experiment with whatever I could find in my home country and at the end of the year I began to long for a photo trip abroad that would meet this new way of looking around. Andalusia fulfilled that desire, offering a wide range of photographic possibilities. This area of southern Spain has deserts, coastal lines, forests, thermal sources, reservoirs, etc. You can go either landscape or abstract or anything in between. In February 2020, just before the Corona virus paralyzed the whole world, I spent one week in the eastern part of Andalusia. Here’s a selection of the photos I took.