The rocks don't mar the landscape; just gives it a rugged look. Spectacular coastline with the buildings in the distance.
What a beautiful coastline scene.
It's beautiful -- even with the rocks and if they protect the promenade then they are worth it! I do love the breaking surf and what a terrific capture, JM! Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy!
Water, whether in the seas or rivers or from the clouds, seems to be making its power felt more and more lately. I hope you get used to your new coastline appearance.
That seems to be a problem everywhere!
That is a bit of a bummer I guess.
How very lovely!
Very beautiful. I will spend my holliday over there ;-)Greetings from The Netherlands, DzjieDzjee
Global warming, maybe? I agree, these rock barriers make for much less interesting viewing and beachcombing. I wonder if the animals agree?
It's such a beautiful sight but too bad there's no beach left. We have the same problem, especially on our east coast beaches. The state and local communities spend millions of dollars a year to replenish the sand. Then comes another big storm and it all washes away. The sea is a powerful force!
Portugal is right out there on Europe's prow, ready to take a beating from the Atlantic. The rocks look good to me. Much like the rocky coast of Maine.
The rocks add to the texture of the foamy waves. Lovely photo.
Wonderful - I can hear the ocean roaring.
In any case it looks wonderful! Great shot!God bless you!Cezar
Excelente fotografia....Um abraço
Um paysage magnifique!Joli contraste de la mer avec ces roches en premier plan!
It still looks lovely to my eyes, rocks or not.
Looks good with the rocks. Like the cost of Croatia. BTW: Lovely view!
A Lisbonne, j'ai acheté, en bord de mer, dans un magasin de pêcheurs, un métrage de jute introuvable en Suisse. C'était lourd au fond de la valise. Mais j'en ai fait bon usage en gainant des fonds de vitrines. Ensuite, j'ai vendu les morceaux dans les brocantes pour utiliser dans les jardins.
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