Tenerife by Annyck Benth
‘El Teide’ is with its 3718 meters the tallest mountain in the archipelago. His last eruption was in 1909. The images were taken between 2014 and 2016 during during her travels to one of the Canary Islands called Tenerife.
“The first time I have visited the Caldera was in 2013 unfortunately without my camera but with my dad and my sister.”
“The first time I have visited the Caldera was in 2013 unfortunately without my camera but with my dad and my sister.” Told us Benth. An experience which she has never forgot and a reason to travel back. “All the way up early in the morning, the hills were covered in thick clouds, dark grey and light grey where the dominating colours. Fascinating landscape was hidden behind the fog. Before you get into the Caldera from the southern part of Tenerife, you have to drive through a landscape which is like a morgue.” She remembers. “But after you passed the rustic parts, you reward yourself with colorful and sunny glades.”