Following the series around Albarquel Beach, here is another view of it.
Albarquel beach is a curious strip of sand (not very large) that is stuck in between the Arrabida range and the Sado River.
The access to this beach is relatively easy if we have in mind the tides of the day, as when the tide is low a short walk and some rock climbing is enough to have access to it. If we try the acess by land it's a bit harder as we have to walk thru some dense area of bushes and trees.
Un magnifique tableau même sous un ciel nuageux, ça me donne envie de sortir mes pinceaux. J'aime les bords de mer rocheux et je suis servi à souhait. Excellente composition qui donne une belle diagonale et la végétation est superbe.
I love to find little beaches like this one, although we must keep our wits about us and not risk being cut off by the tide. Little coves around here are usually backed by high cliffs, so if you do get cut off you have a major problem.
I can't quite tell if you had a small patch of sunlight to illuminate the beach itself, or your expert PP which makes it appear so. Well done