miercuri, 12 ianuarie 2011

Andalusia - an empty beach on Costa del Sol

Sorry, but this is mostly about me and my insatiable sea love
And the fact we didn't take a tripod with us for taking pictures together.
On our way back to Malaga we preffered the coastal difficult road instead of the highway, so we could admire the wonderful landscape.

We could see the sea and the lonely beaches, and even a freezing bride with her groom.

It was very hot for that time, my traveling wardrobe was all thick and black, 
suitable for a colder weather. In Granada was ok, but by the sea it was a real nightmare.

All the shops were filled with the winter collection, beautiful, as I remember, but also very thick, anyway not for that indian summer we caught in the Southern Spain.

So I bought the linen clothes from a small shop by the sea, filled with summery clothes and sweet decoration stuff, held by a British lady. I think she moved there for the beautiful weather, she seemed very happy in her pretty world.

While taking those pictures, my slippers were stolen by the sea, so I had to climb the whole hill with my bare foots. It was crazy, the place was full of rocks, but it deffinitely worthed it.

Bogdan secured the camera on some rocks and he succeeded in taking "group" photos.

Happy under the most blue sky in the world.

I was fooling aroung while Bogdan took pictures, it was hot outside, but the water was very, very cold.

Don't say I didn't tell you it will be all about me! Tommorrow I'll do better, I hope.
Here is nothing I can say more, there are only few words around: 
beauty, joy, grace

4 comentarii:

Kellie Collis spunea...

Gorgeous pictures! It is pretty obvious that you have enjoyed yourself by the beach. Enjoy the beautiful day, Kellie xx

The Fairy's Apprentice spunea...

Thank you! I will continue the Andalusia series in the next days!
Here is winter, I miss the sun!

Rural Revival spunea...

Wonderful portraits of you and of course I always love to see photos of Spain. I love it so.


The Fairy's Apprentice spunea...

Thank you, Andrea! I have a huge folder from Spain, we've been there many, many times! I'll go again next week :D.