Monday, 22 May 2017

Sunset on Ahrenshoop

If you have heard about Germany's Baltic coast, but have never actually visited, then you might think that all the coastal towns face north. It is true that often as you climb over the usual Deich or dyke that separates road from beach, you will be confronted by rows of Strandkörbe (wicker basket beach chairs) and their occupants all facing you, and the South, and not the sea in the opposite direction.

However the coastline is a convoluted, twisty thing, and you do end up with some beaches facing West. These are great for getting photos of the sun setting into the sea, as with these taken at Ahrenshoop on the Darß peninsula.










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