It looks like the temperature is very pleasant... Hmmmm, here it feels like mid-Autumn already, 10 C or less in the morning...God bless you!Cezar
People go to the beach here even when it is cloudy.
Quite variable, your weather this week, Jose. But still warm enough for people to enjoy the beach. The water looks very calm here.
Both beach shots are great.
I'd love a stroll on the beach on both days! Especially in February when we have WINTER and snow here!
Nothing like a beautiful beach regardless of the clouds, but I have to admit, I do love the sun and particularly at the beach. It's very gray and rainy here in Seattle, so your second capture looked particularly wonderful! Enjoy your weekend!Sylvia
I like both! As long as it's the beach I'm good with it. :-)
Sunny wins the popularity contest, but cloudy makes a more interesting photo.
A nearly isolated beach is a treasure for walking and beachcombing. The second photo looks almost like a painting.
I'll take cloudy and quiet!
I definitely prefer the cloudy one - actually it would be perfect to have weather like in the second photo and empty beach like in the first one, but it's rather impossible, isn't it?
Although it looks like most people feel differently, both days look like good days to be at the beach.
I think cloudy wins in the photography stakes.
This blog is full of great photos, and by looking at your work, it gives me lots of inspiration and motivation to take more pictures - Thank you for sharing !!!
My (photographic) choice would obviously be cloudy!
Cloudy. And looking at the decisions of the comments, I am afraid the sun will come out at our deserted cloudy beach))
I like the empty beach best. It still looks like a nice day---lotsa clouds coming in though. MB
how lucky you are , nice walk along the beach even with clouds ....
Wow, this looks so nice and warm.... You are lucky!:)
I like both, and with temps still hitting 102 F here, I would gladly go!
Cloudy and uncrowded would be my choice.Nice contrast.
Amazing what a sunny day can do.
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