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Dear TE Members this one is my 200th post from my Country Portugal and not my really 200th post at TE because I posted some of other countries. For this moment I choose a past one taken in the first days of May last year that I like very much that was taken at my birthtown at Espinho near 20Km South of Oporto and in a special Sea LOW TIDE cycle of Year.

I will post more Two in WS's for celebrate this nice moment and event.

In my first WS Info I post a second picture taken some moments after this one that is nice but not to post as primary and in the second a picture that I take today day post with my Evolt-500 near this place and taken to a south view with the fisherman and the boats. THIS one is a preview for a future one to post here on a near approach similar perspective and I hope you like. So, tell me something about this WS post about traditional old ways of fishing.

YOU can see the place I shot in the Google Map with some preference locals where I take pictures and in this specific case is referenced as BAIA Beach at center and the FISHERMAN Beach with also a Green Camera Icon at South in my second WS that you can see here: Link OR also in the Map View Info in your left of this Page TE reference.

You can see a previous posts from near this place and that was taken 2Km South that was really my 200th post at TE here: Link

Important INFORMATION Note: This shot was taken near one half hour Sunset with low sunrays near my frontal view.

COMPLEMENTARY Notes: I give a smell touch of light and contrast. Not Cropped and other information:

ISO=64 Focal Lenght=364mm and no Filters

Thanks for sharing and I hope you enjoy my feeling and this approach heart view scenery moment for a dedicated post to my second century of Portuguese nature posts.

The Best to you All and TFS.
Fernando

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