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this would be sooo relaxing... if only most mornings in texas weren't upwards of 80 degrees or lower than 50.

Eric A. Wessman, Photographer Seville, Spain.

In the Moorosh garden of the Mezquita, Cordoba (Spain), water is channelled through a series of gullies to each orange tree set within the cobbled patio. Water was a valuable and scarce resource that needed to be used widely. The flow of water can be regulated by inserting timber boards into slot sets within the rills.

17th century Andalusian country house in Carmona, Spain

Designer Javier González Sánchez-Dalp rehabilitated this country house, a Moorish building of the 17th century sited in Carmona, a town in Seville, Spain.