The last time I told you about the Roman bridge in Pollença (blog entry September 25th, 2008), the Pont Romà was shown as spanning a dry riverbed, the Torrent de Sant Jordi. Now, with more rain in Mallorca over the last five months than in any Winter period in living memory, plenty of water comes rushing down from the Tramuntana mountains and the Ternelles estate, as can be seen in today’s photo (above), taken in lovely sunny conditions just two weeks ago.
Winter conditions prevailed in Pollença and elsewhere across the island, a day or two ago, but I was not there, this time, to show you my own photo. Instead, I borrowed an image (below) from the Internet, taken at the steps leading up to the Calvario in Pollença in relatively heavy snowfall:
The photo (top) was taken in Pollença, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: February 24th, 2010. The time was 15:14:12. The photo (bottom) was borrowed from the Internet, courtesy of diariodemallorca.es and the photographer, J. S.
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