These photos were all taken while I was going on levada walks 🙂
The most dangerous place of the levada, be careful not to fall!!
This one is a bit more artistic hehe 🙂
You can feel the water running beneath your feet!
The view close to the entrance, we’re pretty high up in the mountains!
After the second tunnel…
Off we go…
The exit! Time to stretch your back!
Pitch Black is the entrance to the second tunnel! 🙂
And let’s keep moving!
The first tunnel…
The entrance plus a waterfall right in front of it! Cover your cameras, lower your head and run! 🙂
And another waterfall! 🙂
Let’s keep going…
Getting really close to the 3rd tunnel!
The 3rd and longest tunnel, it’s almost 1 kilometer and it takes an hour or so to finish it!
left turn here!
The view after the tunnel.
The entrance again!
Now we’ll have to walk under the waterfall.
very close to the end now!
The beginning of the levada!
A waterfall and the entrance to the 3rd tunnel…
These trees are awesome!
There it is!
The first tunnel is the shortest of them all! They’re all very narrow and there are 3 in total.
The water looks so dark here!
Same place, different day.
Looking back at the exit of the first tunnel…
B&W! I love those textures 🙂
We’re very close to…
walking towards the waterfall…
Take a look at the mountains and that waterfall!
And, the end of the line! 🙂 Now we’ll need to walk all the way back again! 😀
Looking back at the waterfall.
A levada is an irrigation channel or aqueduct specific to the island of Madeira.