If you prepare watching the beauty from a more relaxed atmosphere you can have dinner or just sunset drinks at El Carmenon the Cala d’Hort beach. They have great strong and not too sweet sangrias there that I would recommend you to get (otherwise I find the drink pretty pointless…).
There’s just something about sunsets. I’m not sure exactly what it is, but I believe its indefinite various shape of moods and painting perfection, fascinates me. It’s actually one of my favorite things to photograph when I’m on vacay, even though I feel like I never manage to catch all the colors and nuances that I want.
For this occasion the coordinates 38°52’34.0″N 1°13’41.1″E, next to Cala d’Hort, showed us the direction to catch the sunset over Es Vedrà. As it tends to be a few more people going there at the same time to get a last grasp of the beauty. So make sure you arrive about 45 min before the sunset (around 9.15 PM during the summer) plus a bottle of wine (and be prepared to find a parking space in the middle of nowhere and drive off roads). Good luck!
the beauty during the day30 min before the sunset felt like “Ronja Rövardotter” when jumping over thisand so it starts not too shabbyen euphoric jump
Lovely midsummer, lovely midsummer, why are you over? Last weekend we took the train down from Stockholm to Skanör to celebrate midsummer at the Weckman’s. People from France and Sweden flew in, so I knew this was going to be an unforgettable weekend, especially for the Frenchies that never witnesses one before. We kicked off the day by going to Skanör’s main street where we saw the well-known “Gåsloppet” (not what you think it will be), to then go dancing and singing around the maypole. When we had be dancing until we couldn’t walk anymore, it was time to continue the celebration at home with snaps and “Heeeelan gååår”! After all that’s what midsummer is all about.
They made it in Spain! This summer started off with one of the most amazing weddings I ever gone to in Cabo de Gata, South of Spain in Andalucia’s National Park. It was a three days celebration next to the ocean, where Carl & Maite became Mr and Mrs. I’m so delighted to have been a part of this special but also important moment and for me photos say more than words which is my thank you to you, besides crocodile tears and laughter! Enjoy them!
with her bridemaidslemonad as refresherfather-in-law
Then over to the reception:
Brian and Charle brianat kiss nom nom Josephine and Robin my bodyguards me, Yannis and Brian the couple has arrived carpaccio dreams cutting the cake let the party begin…
HOLA! Last week we started off our vacay with Carl & Maite’s most gorgeous fun breathtaking wedding ever in Cabo de Gata, South East of Spain. You might have already seen some snapshots of the wedding on my Instagram but that’s only a handful of pictures that I promise you will be more when I landed. First out is a photo of Brian and me posing in front of the church dressed in:
Sunglasses | CÉLINE & RAY-BAN Dress | ISABEL MARANT Pochette | & OTHER STORIES Slingback sandals | PIERRE HARDY Smoking | HUGO BOSS
ps. Sorry for this way over-due blog post but we’ve been having issues with the domain name .COM so we had to change to .NU.
From now on my blog URL is : nathalie.freshnet.nu andfreshnet.nu.