In the past I have been sharing a number of different pictures in my Flickr account, and also over here, about one of my favourite viewpoints from Gran Canaria: Pozo de las Nieves. You would be able to see how I have been sharing a number of those pictures from different areas from the same viewpoint, which happens to be the top of the island at nearly 2.000 meters high, but I also wanted to share with you a couple of pictures from what is to be the magnificent symbol of the Gran Canaria, Roque Nublo. So in this week’s series of pictures I have put together some of the best ones I took a week ago on a trip around those places but this time around with some stunning different views, including the above mentioned Roque Nublo, Roque Bentaiga (Another one of the many symbols from the island), mount Teide (The highest mountain in Spain and located in Tenerife) and one other rock that resembles a monk and which actually receives the same name: El Monje – The Monk.
Thus without any further delay, here you have got four of the pictures I have shared in Flickr so that you get a taste for the rest of the series I have put together. If you would want to see some more just click on the pictures as you would also be able to read some more on each of the pictures. Hope you enjoy them.
And, finally, like every weblog post for this category, here is another tip from Flickr that I have been enjoying myself for some time now. I have been using Picasa all along to manage all of the different pictures that I have taken so far (Perhaps one of these days I will talk about it as well after having tried quite a few options so far) and I have always been looking for a way of integrating both Picasa with Flickr and while surfing away I bumped into this particular weblog post: GMail, Picasa and Flickr by Jim Rutherford where it shows, in some very easy steps, how you can upload pictures directly from Picasa into Flickr using the e-mail (GMail) feature capabilities from both applications. Pretty neat if you would want to upload a whole bunch of pictures in one go and not sure how to get around it. Thanks a bunch, Jim, for sharing this great tip with us !