Hi JM :)Lovely photos of the beach. I wonder what are the cows doing there! Come for a dip in the cool blue water, I suppose.Beaches always fascinated me. In Kerala we have several beaches like Colva,Cherai etc. In Chennai, we have the second longest beach calle Marina Beach with a Lovers Park. When I was in school I used to cut Hindi classes with classmates and go to this beach to do our running practice from Labor Statue to Gandhi Statue and come back. Great fun.When I was in Goa, I spent quite a lot of time in Beaches like Callangute, Vagator, Anjuna and Colva.Many,many thanks for the beautiful photos. I understand that people in Esmeraldas are very friendly and they are Afro-Ecuadorians whose ancestors were brought as slaves to work in the cane fields.Where are you going to take me next is the question uppermost in my mind now.Have a good day :)
What beautiful photos! Have loved looking through your blog!
What a lovely blog, I have discovered it. I love photography and love travelling so fabulous to see all your lovely photos. Carla
How exotic !! PNG has interesting beaches too and I have some photos of cows and horses on the beach here. People would find them so confronting as it is the last place in Australia you would find a cow!!!!!
This reminds me a lot of Mauritius where there are no waves on the beach due to the coral reef.
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