We were lucky with the weather this time - not too hot, quite a lot of wind, and the shadows of the clouds were running fast across the landscape. There were no other walkers this time but one, surprisingly, a runner (!), who we met at the top, where he was having a little break. I am not sure how safe this type of exercise is, especially when you are on your own.
Behind the Bayuyo there are several more calderas lined up; the whole system probably has a name, but I don't know what it is yet. I liked the small corral at the bottom of the first one.
Saw a pair of those birdies circling quite far above. Didn't have my telephoto with me, but this image turned up pretty sharp. I have an extremely limited knowledge of birds, but those things were a lot bigger than kestrels, which are around pretty much anywhere.Maybe a hawk, but dunno really.
Given the strange habits of local runners, the interest they were taking in humans is probably gastronomical.
Here's a little video of clouds moving over the landscape. It's a bit shaky, maybe I should take a tripod next time. Music is there to drawn out the background conversation that happened to be of egg sandwiches.
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