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Position: This photo has taken on the coast of Costa Adeje, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. Captures the evening mood when sunset colored over the environment.
This was my 2nd panorama image taken in Tenerife. Like the previous this shows the Zodiacal Light cone on the left hand side stretching away from the summit of Mt Teide, whilst the Milky Way galaxy plane goes the other way, almost like a mirror image to the ZL.
The Teide Observatory can be seen far right with Orion rising behind the telescopes. Light pollution from the capital Santa Cruz affects the sky on the right.
El Teide is the highest place in Tenerife. The peak culminates at 3 718 m ( 12,198 ft) above sea-level. On that day there was snow on the mountains.
The snow is probably no that usual as it was mentionned on the TV news later on that day. Snow and fog were also at the origin of road closures limiting the traffic inside the National Parc. I had to drive around the National Park on incredibly sinuous roads. So I didn't have time to go on the top using a cable car.
missing exif : EOS 7D, EF 24-105 mm at 40 mm, f/8, 2.6 s, ISO 100.
Costa norte de Tenerife. Islas Canarias. España
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Saludos desde el Norte de Tenerife. Alex Up
Playa Paraiso, Adeje, Tenerife
The Mt Teide vulcano (3718 m) is at the left.
Taken from Cruz del Carmen (Agana Rural Park), North Tenerife.
The island of Tenerife viewed from a plane window. I used a polariser to try and reduce the reflections but the window still created a crazy rainbow effect.
Sometimes it's best to turn your back on the sunset! Liked the way the smooth tide pool picked up and darkened the reflections at Santa Cruz in Tenerife, Canary Islands. Also a reminder a tide pool in places like Tenerife is almost always more photogenic than the smooth beaches and themed pools!
Pico del Teide, Tenerife, Islas Canarias. View from Roque Agando, La Gomera.
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Tenerife is the largest and most populous island of the Canary Islands, with a land area of 2,034.38 square kilometres (785 sq mi) and 898,680 inhabitants (Source: Wikipedia)