Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Sunset at San Francisco Point

If you look very closely, you perhaps will be able to see two people standing on San Francisco Point with the glow of the sunset washing over the scene.

The tide is high because during low and medium tide you can walk along the shore around the point. At high tide, you can walk almost to the piont, and then take a trail the short distance over the point where the two people are in this photo.

San Francisco Point divides Tamarindo Beach, where this photo was taken, from Langosta Beach, which is around the point to the left. The Point and a reef and island that extend out from the Point shelter the southern end of Tamarindo Bay from the waves of the Pacific.

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6 comments:

brattcat said...

As if someone has washed the scene with a rinse of gold.

Lois said...

Gorgeous light in this shot and yes, I definitely see the two people!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

those are to tiny stick figures at the end of the point

Jacob said...

This is a spectacular travel photo in itself. Love the two folks out on the point, and the colors!

Anonymous said...

My family and I will be in Tamarindo next week. We are actually staying in Langosta. How is the weather? I've had read that it is raining non-stop. Is this true? Or is it just a shower a day?

Tracy said...

I love the golden color in this photo.

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