Monday, 28 October 2013

A cloudy day in Santander Bay, Spain


When I'm not traveling I'm based in Santander, a coastal town in the northern Spanish province of Cantabria. Instead of the usual sunny Spain, the north coast is more like a slightly warmer England. My wife snapped these photos of the bay last week. You get a nice play of light here!


6 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Very nice! That first one is quite ominous.

Donna Volkenannt said...

Great job. The light in both photos is lovely.

Sioux said...

Yeah, Sean...living in Spain...it's a rough life for you, isn't it? ;)

Sean McLachlan said...

Alex: strange to say, it never turned into a storm. We get a lot of ominous-but-harmless weather here. When a storm does come, it usually comes in so fast we don't get to take pictures!

Pamela Cahill said...

Hi Sean,
I agree with you that the light is often interesting in Santander. It's all dependent on the direction of the wind as far as I can tell. I live here too - I'm sure our paths will cross at some stage.
All my best
Pamela

Sean McLachlan said...

Hi Pamela!
Nice Santander blog. Drop me a line if you ever want to have a caƱa!

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