A bit windy the past few days (to say the least), red flags on the beaches (not that it dissuades swimmers) and things flying off roofs and balconies. A bit cooler, particularly in the evenings, but not much.
The way the water was washing over this rock it looked like a swirling vortex. And a couple of black and white shots thrown in for good measure, although one should probably be classified as ‘almost black and white’.
Ship on the horizon as seen from the Balcón de Europa, Nerja.
A fine Sunday, calm seas, clear blue skies and a bit of warmth coming through. Not sure I would want to swim through this, however, whatever it is.
As it was Looking Down Friday, no option but to take a few snaps in that ilk. First up is the view down to Carabeo beach in Nerja.
Crystal clear waters at the moment in Nerja and the jellyfish appear to have departed, at least for the time being.
This is an area between Calahonda and Carabeo beaches in Nerja where there are some nice sheltered coves.
A couple of old Sea Dogs frollicking about in the water this morning.