I decided this morning that I wanted to explore all the sculptures in Maria Luisa Park. So, I walked over on this ‘blustery autumn’ day. In shorts and a short-sleeve shirt. Under another vividly blue sky. Not a cloud in sight. And with only the slightest breeze to lessen the effects of the 90F/33C sunshine. Somewhere in the world, I know, it’s blustery and autumn. Just not here in Sevilla. I strolled the entire park and shot photos of most of the sculptures. But, given the heat, I found myself drawn to the water — the fountains, ponds, and the waterfall. After walking for two hours, I decided it would be much more refreshing to share that water with you. The statues will wait for another day.
|PLAZA DE ESPAÑA, ONCE AGAIN. BORDERING MARIA LUISA PARK.|
|A LITTLE BIT OF PARADISE.|
|THE LIONS FOUNTAIN.|
|BY A WATERFALL… THINGS ARE LOOKING UP.|
|ATOP THE WATERFALL. DYING TO TAKE THE PLUNGE.|
|DOUBLE HAPPINESS. HOPE THIS PAINTS RAINBOWS ALL OVER YOUR BLUES.|