Das ist der westlichste Punkt der Insel, auf dem ich das hübsche "Herz" vom vorigen Bild gefunden hatte. :-)
This is the most Western and Southern Island of the Canarian archipel. That's where I found the pretty "heart" of the last photo. :-)
Jean, so sorry, it's too late, I have taken it with me! ;-)
I love the colors. Thanks for sharing.
Jean, je pense, que ton coeur est déjà assez grand, tu n'as plus besoin de celui-là! :-)) Amitiés, May
Hank, thank you! That's what I love too! The colours of the magical island! greetings, May
Greetings May, What nice colors mixed in with the presence of the surf. Looks like a wonderful place to be when you want to escape the snow.
Thank you very much, Rich! This winter I don't have to escape the snow up to now. But it's magic, different and beautiful there at the end of the world!
Herrliche Gegend und schöne, kräftige Farben! Gefällt mir ausgezeichnet!
e.m.r., vielen Dank! Es ist aber auch wundervoll da, wenn auch nicht ungefährlich! Gruss, May
May! What a beautiful photo! Absolutely beautiful colors and contrast. All those lush dark tones really make the sea foam jump out. But why oh why have you been hiding it until now???
Ryan, thank you very much! I am so glad, that you like it, it's one of my favourites.
Warum nicht ungefährlich? Hat es eine besondere Bewandtnis mit dieser Felsenküste?
Dahinter ist eine Steilwand, von wo immer etwa Steine runterkommen, auch zum Schwimmen ist es ziemlich gefährlich.
Achso! Deshalb! Spektakulär ist die Gegend allemal!
Como me gusta esta toma de esa hermosa y peligrosa playa color azafrán que decía Sabina.
Estupenda foto May
Muchas gracias, Víctor! El Hierro es magica y la Playa azafrán es una joya preciosa. :-)
I love those remote places, like the Playa Verodal. When I was there in December many years ago in the last century, there weren't roads like today, in the West and on Julan mostly pistas naturales. Once I was surprised by night fall, when I was up in the Dehesa on a bad road above the Faro Orchilla and I had only little petrol left. I didn't know where I was, because it was pitch dark. I saw something like a signboard, turned my car to see by its light what was written on it. It said "Faro de Orchilla" and to the other side, "Eremita de los Reyes".
I made it down the tricky winding road to Sabinosa, but only in Frontera I got to the second Petrol station on the island and - it was closed. Luckily someone in the bar was so nice to give me some petrol to get to Valverde, where I stayed at the time.
From La Frontera I drove up all the way the road on top again and past San Andres to La Montañeta in a thick fog, until I arrived in Valverde. On the whole way from La Dehesa to Valverde I didn't meet a car, I felt as if I was the only person on another planet. As small as the island may seem, that night I had the impression, as if the road would never end. ;-)
The tunnel today surely saves a lot of time and the roads are very comfortable now. ;-)
... mystic colors on "nice" place ...
Be carefull to view this shot and mean to be there?
Antares, thank you very much for your comment on one of my favourites! :-)
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