Friday, August 10, 2012

Always Windy


Guincho Beach at 7.30 pm

18 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Reminds me of very windy beaches at Lanzarote. I hated the sand blowing in my face there! Have a good weekend Diane

Cathy Hudspeth said...

What a great looking beach!! Ours here in the US are mostly renourished, but this looks totally natural. Is it?

Birdman said...

The lacks of beach dwellers today is a clue. Cool breezes I can stand. Not so the mighty blow.

Lowell said...

Super composition again! It looks rather cold and barren. Wind is good for the paragliders, though.

TexWisGirl said...

very pretty and inviting scene.

VP said...

Wonderful! It doesn't look like 7.30 PM, but you are obviously much more to the West...

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful beach, lovely blue skies and I do love the water! You always have the greatest composition, JM!! Terrific! Enjoy your weekend!

Al said...

That looks like a beautiful beach but I can see the wind; I bet that wind feels great on a hot day. I put up rare beach photos this morning too (rare because I live over 1,500 km from the sea).

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Excellent conditions for the wind surfers then JM, what an amazing backdrop to this image, super composition.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

The rock helps give a sense of perspective, nice view!

cieldequimper said...

I don't mind, I don't mind the wind at all!

Sharon said...

It looks like it was a beautiful day! Such a wonderful view from here.

Jack said...

I don't see anyone lying on the beach.

Randy said...

Looks so peaceful.

Mama Zen said...

Excellent composition!

Collart Thierry said...

Très belle plage.

Kay said...

Nice spot! We get a lot of wind where we live, especially in summer. It's not one of my favorite weather conditions, but it comes with the location, and I love the location.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I think all beaches are windy, what I like least about the sea. But at the moment our beaches are being whipped by the normal August winds, all the more reason to wait for summer when the wind can be considered a cooling breeze.