How do they make these paths with the tide coming in and out? Surely the concrete wouldn't have time to set?
Hmm, that's a good question Paula, I never thought about that. I would have said that they laid the slabs during low tide, but if that was the case, then the tide will wash them away. The path does feel really solid, maybe it is laid onto an even bigger path? The castle the island is on must be man made as well I guess. I'm stumped! I don't really know =/
I am really curious to find out! I will look it up on the internet!!
If you find it, please let me know!!! I did some searching, and the island that the castle is on is in fact not man made... there goes my theory ;p
Thanks Paul, I think that satisfies my curiousity! Fai
Thank you Paul, I am happy with that too!
I think the path is wider than the wheelchair Harry, and there are lots of lovely ladies at the bay to push it. So no worries.
A great composition with good depth and nice colors. Well done.
Thanks a lot Finn, it was a lovely time of the day for unadulterated photos!
another very nice page of you, great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
thanks a lot for visiting my gallery. Have a nice day.
Greetings from Germany
Thanks Pivatana, it was a nice summer :)
Here I found a wonderful sky....! If in a day I will search the sky clear and blue .. I know where il find ..!:) Greetings Fai! Have a nice weekend! Simona
Thanks, you have a nice weekend too Simona, best wishes, Fai
Beautiful view , very nice perspective , LIKE+YS , regards Lucien
thanks Lucien, best wishes, Fai
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Photo taken in La Rte du Port Elizabeth, Jersey
The Waterfront Restaurant, Bar & Terrace
Misplaced? Suggest new location