We started this Wednesday in Tías where we took the pictures around the white houses. The contrast between the white houses and the black lava stone is just amazing and it is all thanks to César Manrique who decided that all the houses on this island had to be painted in white.
By lunch time we then drove up the hills and into the Timanfaya National Park. This area is by far the most stunning thing I have ever seen. There appeared to be no life, buried underneath tons of lava stones - you could feel the heat and power lying only a few hundred meters under the ground. The restaurant El Diabolo, situated on top of one of the hills, was cooking with the heat coming from the volcano. An area where you could see and feel the strength & power of nature!
SHIRT Massimo Dutti
SHORTS Scotch & Soda
SUNGLASSES Ray-Ban Clubmaster