Photo objective: the Volcano El Teide which ignites

After a stay in Morocco, I remain on the lookout for a complementary destination that is both contrasting and close to Marrakech.

Photo objective: the Volcano El Teide which ignites

After a stay in Morocco, I remain on the lookout for a complementary destination that is both contrasting and close to Marrakech. A glance at the map, and lo and behold, a small string of islands appears on my radar... The Canaries.

Composed of seven main islands, the archipelago of volcanic origin offers an extremely surprising visual experience. First, in the light of the setting sun, I set foot in Tenerife, nicknamed “the island of eternal spring”. At the wheel of a rental car, I circulate by the light of the headlights in a series of road hairpins that let you imagine the steep relief. Truth be told, I was borderline nauseous when I arrived in the Garachico village area.

My first photo project will be done at daybreak in the vicinity of El Teide... It is still in the middle of the night that I take the road and go through winding paths at more than 2000 meters above sea level. from the sea. The El Teide volcano is the highest in the Canary Islands and Spain. It culminates at more than 3715 meters. A road at altitude always reveals magnificent viewpoints. As soon as the first rays appear, I understand better why people in this sector call a sunrise in this sector: "the Teide which ignites!" »

- The author was invited by Terres d’Aventure.

Camera: Canon EOS RP

Lens: RF15-30mm

Exposure: 1/30s at F/8

ISO : 250

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