It’s fun to revisit my photos from my vacation, now that it’s been a few weeks! So many memories…It takes a little while, as I find myself remembering and dreaming quite a bit.
Anyway! Saturday we woke early. Ola said to me “I read your bucket list, and I know you want to photograph the sunrise over the sea! Let’s try it!” We didn’t go far, but far enough to have a nice view over…Clouds. And Clouds. And more Clouds.
To save myself a lot of editing job, I chose to photograph in JPEG and take advantage of the beautiful color profile that Fujifilm has. It has a red/yellow tint that works perfect with sunrises!
Even though we didn’t actually see the sun, the light was still beautiful in colour.
After breakfast we set off. Our dreamplace to live is a small village called Vallebrón, and we visit every time we are nearby.
It’s something about how you drive through the mountans and suddenly a valley just opens up – the light is amazing. It just has a good feel to it!
The town seems quiet, and has that Fuerteventura-mix between beautiful houses, ruins, and everything inbetween.
This time we visited the viewpoint nearby and could see all the way to the sea.
The weather was quite warm despite the sun playing hide and seek, to we continued to Lajares and the craft fair. Lajares is a really nice little town as well, with restaurants, cafés, and art and craft stores. Saturdays there is a fair, and that’s where we headed.
I love looking atdifferent kinds of art, ad really enjoyed visiting the air and the small shops/studios!
Last stop for the day: snorkeling in El Cotillo.
This was the place where Ola almost drowned last time. Do I need to tell you that I was a bit nervous, and NEVER let him out of my sight? I stood on the beach, following his every move, while he filmed underwater and enjoyed himself immensly.
The beach is lovely, a nice bay with calm water. I especially like the house, the architecture is a bit…special 😀
You can see where the waves start crashing No swimming beyond that point!
Look carefully…can you see the flippers? They are there.
It actually felt like a a small victory when he got up from the water unharmed.
Our vacation was getting near the end, but we still had one more day.