De voltas por Coruña

Fotografías tomadas en distintos días dos meses de Xullo e Agosto do ano 2016 na cidade de A Coruña. Paseando despois da xornada, sen rumbo asegurado, permitindo que o camiño decida o meu destino.

Hércules, a súa Torre, a bici, o Sol e o atardecer sobre o Atlántico son os protagonistas das estampas realizadas.

“When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking.” – Arthur Conan Doyle.

San Xurxo, the great lonely beach

This is a well known beach by the Ferrol people. It is a very beautiful place, with a lot of pretty views. This place has some kind of magic … nature, the brave sea, waves,  bad weather in autum …  all of these things give to this beach his intense coctel … of life.

But this place is not usally frequented by many people. Against of this, this natural site is seldom crouded. This is the oposite to the use of Doniños beach. Doniños keep a lot of people during all the summer. Actually, I prefer the first one rather than the second.

Officially, San Xurxo beach is called in two different ways: the southest part is called San Xurxo, but the  northest part is called Esmelle. This fact is because these two parts of the beach are owned by differents town councils.


Esmelle in summer time