Travel Photography Photos tagged as sand and ocean
Isla Cubagua, Venezuela
Typical Thailand long boats in the crystal clear waters of Phi Phi Island.
Cedar with Dad on Cable Beach
This is a picture of the Oregon Coast
A small blue wooden fishing boat pulled onto the beach in the town of Tonsupa, Ecuador on the coast of the Pacific Ocean
Playa Roja is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Paracas National Reserve due to its reddish colour shore. This characteristic, most unusual along the Peruvian coast, confers this beach a quite unique beauty. The red colour of the sand is caused by the nearby massif of Punta Santa Maria, formed by a sort of igneous rock known as pink granodiorite, which contains solidified magma inside. When breaking against the cliffs of Punta Santa Maria, the waves carry fragments of the reddish rocks that then settle on the shore, in beautiful contrast with the yellow and ocher colours of the cliffs.