Small walk along the rocky coast of Étang-Salé, at a location called
April, 14th 2007
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This picture was taken by Olivier, and I decided to include it here
as a prelude to the photos taken during that little trip we made
because I just love the softness of the colors on the leaves.
Just behind, on the right hand side, there is a vein
in the rocky coast, inside which the waves come crashing. Because the vein
becomes narrower at the end, the water from strong waves that come in and
crash gets catapulted up in a giant and noisy cloud. Hence the name of
this location, "Le Souffleur".
This part of the coast is very rugged, and the beaches are a few
Beyond the rocks is open water, no lagoon here. But we can still find
a bit of color before the deep blue starts.
Nonetheless, there are at least a couple of salt-water
ponds when one can take a dip without being covered in sand...