Once I got past this obstacle, I was now only one of maybe a dozen people (out of hundreds) that have made it to this point. It was nice and quiet, and now I found myself in front of a few surprise arches as well as the triple arch that made As Catedrais Beach so famous.
Indeed, for a few minutes, I would wade towards the cove behind the first of the triple arches as well as another arch with a view of the thin arch in the distance through its span. And so I took what photos that I could for as long as I could before a handful of people started showing up.
I conversed with one guy who told me that this beach tended to have 10,000 people here at one time in the months of July and August. The fact that there was so few people right now, made this a very memorable and photogenic experience…
- Day 1: DON QUIJOTE Y EL GRECO
- Day 2: DEJA VU
- Day 3: LESS ABOUT SIGHTSEEING, MORE ABOUT EXPERIENCING
- Day 4: CHANGE OF PACE
- Day 5: THE MINI-PLITVICE
- Day 6: SERENDIPITOUS TIMING
- Day 7: NEW MEANING TO CORPUS CRISTI
- Day 8: PILGRIMAGES
- Day 9: COSTA TRANQUILA
- Day 10: FROM 10K to 12
- Day 11: CARING FOR CARES
- Day 12: OMG
- Day 13: SEEKING SHELTER
- Day 14: FITS AND STARTS
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