SE Spanish landscapes from the late 60s

Some splendid photos of Almería, Alicante and Murcia.

Eucalyptus plantations on the Mojácar-Huércal road, late 60s.

Eucalyptus plantations on the Mojácar-Huércal road, late 60s. Image: Horacio Capel.

These pics by Horacio Capel provide something of backdrop for those of you who have read Juan Goytisolo’s brilliant Campos de Níjar, and then of course there’s the spag western heritage… [Why PDF? Don’t be churlish!]

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