Strolling along the pebble path in the historical New Gardens of the Generalife in the City of Granada in Andalusia, Spain you can lavish yourself in their beauty. Tall sculptured trees line the pebble path with a glimpse of sunlight breaking though between the trees.The New Gardens of the Generalife are located next to the Alhambra in the City of Granada and were made in the early 14th century. The shaping of the gardens are all their original historical shapes and in past years, the gardens have been a place of beauty and inspiration.Many people sat in these gardens, playing music, writing books and painting giving them the inspiration they needed to become famous. When translated, "Generalife" means "garden of paradise" "orchard" or "garden of feasts" but most people that visit find it to be paradise.The pebble path will lead you to stone steps, small ponds, fountains, elaborate gardens and an open stage where festivals are held. While in the historical gardens, a sense of magic, enchantment and peacefulness surrounds you with a variety of scents being emitted from the blossoming flowers. The New Gardens of the Generalife are worth seeing while visiting Granada, Spain.Tree lined pebble path in the New Gardens at the Generalife - designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, City of Granada, Province of Granada, Andalusia (Andalucia), Spain, Europe.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, aperture of f/11.0, exposure time of 1/2 sec. on ISO 50, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 80mm.
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