Thursday, July 7, 2011

Tamarindo beach

After yesterday's photo showing he volcanic rock, I thought I would post a photo to reassure people who are thinking of visiting Tamarindo that the beach is sandy and not rocky. This is the area right next to the scene that I posted yesterday.

From the rocky San Francisco Point that I showed yesterday, there is broad crescent shaped beach that extends most of the way to Cabo Velas, the point to the north that you see across the bay.

I took this photo at low tide just a few minutes after taking yesterday's photo. You can see the slope of the beach is very gentle. At high tide you could wade all the way out to the surf in this photo and still be below your waist. Note that there is even a bitof reflection of the clouds visible in the ocean.

We are showing photos of Chicago this week on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

1 comment:

Jack said...

I trusted you, Dave, and I knew that there are still many great beaches down there.

I loved your story today about Maurice Lucas.

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