Friday, July 23, 2010

Tamarindo Beach, from south to north

Here is the scene to the right of photo that I took yesterday. This photo was taken near the southern end of Tamarindo beach. Across Tamarindo Bay to the right is Cabo Velas. Visible on the left is a small island that shelters this southern end of Tamarindo beach from the force of the waves that roll in to the central part of Tamarindo Beach and Langosta Beach that make Tamarindo a favorite destination for surfers.

At low tide, there is enough room on the beach to pay soccer, as I showed yesterday, or for the woman in a white bikini in this photo to take a beach chair out to the beach and have plenty of room to relax while positioning herself towards land to catch the best angle for morning sun. You can see from this photo that during medium and high tide, you can walk and swim in delightful waist deep water for a long distance out into the ocean.

We are showing photos of the Big Island of Hawaii this week on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

5 comments:

Tracy said...

Well, this looks like a perfect place to spend a Friday!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

looks so relaxing. i want to be sitting in that lounge chair at the Pacific Ocean

Lois said...

Beautiful clouds!

Kate said...

No close-up of the woman in her bikini? Please come visit me now at my Santa Fe blog:
http: mysantafe-kate.blogspot.com/

glenda said...

This looks like the life of leisure, just pull up a lounge chair and let life go by. I am envious!

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