This is the lovely view across the bay at La Herradura (which is the Spanish word for horseshoe).
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What a beautiful picture, Marianne. It reminds me a bit of Santorini, where I went last September. 🙂
Hmmm … I know what you mean! I think it’s the dome on the building that does it.
This photo is stunning! Color, composition, light, mood, EVERYTHING is perfect!
Hi Marianne! Great challenge this month. I still need to photograph some knobs! I nominated you for the WordPress Family Award, because you always make me feel welcome! Here is the link:
My way of saying thank you
First of all, congratulations on receiving your first award which, of course, is thoroughly well deserved. Well done!
I´m honoured that you should think of me to nominate for the WordPress Family Award, and I shall display it with pride on my Recognition page.
Thanks again 🙂
Wow! I can stay here forever. Beautiful place. Thanks.
Thanks for the comment, IT.
One of my favourite beaches!
…and with so many lovely places to eat nearby 🙂
What a lovely picture!:)
What a gorgeous view Marianne! Look forward to the new challenge 🙂
Thanks Madhu – not long to wait now 😉
The people who get to enjoy this view are very lucky… must be the horseshoe 😉
Yes, they are! I think horseshoe bays are always attractive – maybe because they are symmetrical 🙂
Wow… that’s beautiful… I was I was there… 🙂
Well, if ever you come to southern Spain, Richard – let me know and I would be delighted to take you to the exact spot 🙂
I’ll hold you to that 🙂
Gorgeous view, Marianne! Love the colors, composition, and the perspective of the picture.
It’s lovely of you to say so, Amy – thank you 🙂
“Lovely view” is right, Marianne but you failed to mention “Beautifully shot,” as well. 🙂
You are too kind, John 🙂
If I could picture paradise, this would be it! Simply wonderful photo. I am now officially day dreaming!
Glad to be of assistance! It’s a lovely part of the world 🙂
Wow, amazing view… 🙂
It’s beautiful and i could happily while away a few days there!
And I’m sure you would love it, Gilly!
That’s definitely a view, Marianne!
Can I pass an award on please? http://restlessjo.wordpress.com/2013/04/29/best-moment-award/ 🙂
You can indeed – and thank you so much, Jo. I’m honoured that you consider me worthy 🙂
Have a great time in Poland (and Portugal).
Many thanks, Marianne. You’re more than welcome 🙂
wow what a views, and then some more!
Lovely, isn’t it? 🙂
I so want to be there right now… an awful morning in Toledo, rainy and less than ten degrees. We’re so … hartisimos.
It’s a bit cloudy and cool here today – but the sun keeps peeping through! 🙂
Can you get it to peep our way, just for a little bit? I’m sitting here, working at my desk, wrapped up in a blanket, a woolly jumper and a fleece. My feet are like icicles, but putting on a pair of socks would entail having to peel myself out of said blanket… you see the dilemma…
Love that shot!!! We are still surrounded by browns, whites and dull grey skies!!
OHHH … but I’m sure you wont have long to wait for sunny skies, Lisa.
Ace shot – TY for sharing
Glad you like it, Alec.
What a stunning view hon! Makes me wish I was there for sure! 🙂
We always take any visitors here on our way to our local Marina (del Este) – the views are gorgeous! 🙂
Thanks for always supporting my blog, Sonel – much appreciated. Hugs.
What a lovely thought Marianne and you are so blessed. You are welcome hon. I do love visiting your lovely blog. 🙂 *hugs*
I don’t know where this is but I want to be there!
La Herradura is about twenty kilometres further east of where I live in Malaga province. The bay is actually in Granada province (the one next to Malaga province) – about 70 kilometres east of Malaga city on the southern coast of Spain.