nice shot !
Stunningly beautiful. I always love the ocean.
Erosion really? Not just higher water levels? Because if it really is erosion, then that's scary. Just a month…
Well,Not doubting the erosion factor --that looks really very bad but being the non ocean girl...could it be at different levels of the tide?A nice shot of something not very nice that's happening!
Wow, that's a very dramatic contrast!You live in a great part of the world. The one time I went to Lisbon I stayed with a friend who was living in Cascais at the time.
Wait, wait! Things are bad around the globe but not that much... YET! Don't panic! :-) The thing is: the 1st photo shows the erosion made by sea water in winter or when the tides are crazy like they have been this month (2nd photo). Sorry if I made you think sea level was so much higher... That was not my intention... :-)Anyway, as I walk almost everyday by the seashore and know some parts of this coast pretty well, I can garatee you that after every winter I notice new rocks have fallen from the cliffs due to stormy tides!... and that, yes, can be scary when you think what it will be from now on... specially when I hear that another huge iceberg is melting!Thank you all for your comments.
It amazing how powerful the ocean really is.
The sea level changes here too over the year - at the moment the tides are very low and the reef is exposed at low tide, but in the monsoon time the tides are very high and wash the sand away.
I love the first photo, looks so great. Nice shot.
Grand, picturesque view. Wonderful photograph, JM!
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