Anthropogenic And Natural Layers - A Monomad Entry

It's been a while again.

My busiest week is over so I will be trying to get back on track with initiatives and challenges around here. If not a regular, then at least a participant from time to time.

Back to Monochrome photography!


There — people bathing in the waters, behind a pyramid of sand, made by people playing on the black beach, in front of the Nature-made colossal rocks at that shelter the bay — Los Gigantes, Tenerife.

This is my entry for the daily monomad challenge by @monochromes.

Good luck and have fun!



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28.09.2019 09:02

Brings me to a space of calmness within. Absoulutely Awesomeness shot.


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28.09.2019 11:07

Oh, the place is magical in the mornings...

28.09.2019 15:57

I like how you played with the different sizes in this photograph:)

28.09.2019 15:24

Yeah, that went well this time. Thanks as always for your support!

28.09.2019 15:54


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28.09.2019 15:54

Congratulations. Today's #monomad first place is yours. Thank You very much for participating.

29.09.2019 20:38

H-m-m! At first I thought that peak was a natural phenomena but as it is it is quite a heap of sand for people to put together!
Beautiful spot!
Thanks for sharing!

04.10.2019 03:28