The Mallorcan landscape in rural areas is just so beautiful, especially when spring is in the air as it was yesterday. We went for a walk near Son Negre, not far from Felanitx. This agricultural area is so very beautiful now with all the fields in the juiciest green, with trees preparing for growth, with almonds still blossoming, the fully ripe citrus trees, the sprouting beans, the flourishing artichokes, with happy butterflies and chirping birds everywhere. Mallorca is magical at this time of year, it truly is.
The effects of the solar unrest seem to have moved on, the moon activity is calm and composed, the weather outlook for the next few days is good with temperatures on the rise at least until Wednesday. What more does one want?
The photo was taken near Felanitx, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: March 11th, 2012. The time was 16:55:04.
You’re absolutely right. We went for an equally lovely walk along the banks of the River Thames outside London yesterday, beautiful blue skies and hawthorn blooming, blossoms out with more on the way. Not quite the rural idyll of where you are but spring has definitely sprung.
I still read your blog every day. much appreciated
The Mallorcan countryside sounds idyllic at this time of year.
Hi, I guess I’ve been receiving your excellent blogs for about a year and look forward each day to the next snippet; about time I told you. What inspired me this time is the Spring in the air blog. We’ve been looking for a few years now for the ‘perfect place in Majorca’ (England based at the moment). I commented after reading Spring in the Air to my husband that I honestly don’t sponsor your blog for the positive glow on Majorca, but my husband is suspicious if not I, then Engel & Volkers (or indeed other estate agents) may have something to do with it! Sorry to question your impartiality, but please let me reassure my husband that this is not the case. Look forward to hearing back and keep up the good work!
i am sorry but i have to admit that i am totally biased and thus, not impartial at all when it comes to mallorca. we’ve been living here FULL TIME for 25 years now and there was not one day when i did not love this place and its people. but you and your husband have to find out for yourselves if it’s the right place for you. after all, mallorca is a paradise – if you can stand it, according to gertrude stein.