Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Tamarindo beach at low tide
On most beaches, the slope is too great and the water recedes too quickly to get watery reflections in the water. As you can see in this photo, Tamarindo beach is so gradual in slope that the coutours of Cabo Velas across the bay is reflected in the glistening sheen of the ocean water remaining on the sand.
Imagine this same location at high tide. You could wade all the way out on this beach to the spot where the waves are breaking, and still be in water below your waist.
This week on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site we are showing photos of the elaborate gardens, with exotic birds, at the villa on Isola Bella, one of a set of theree islands in Lake Maggiore, Italy.