Wednesday, 26 October 2011


Around some parts of the cliffs of Olhos d'Agua, there are some boardwalks.  These not only make walking around the area much easier, but also help to preserve the rather delicate cliffs.
All over the wooden structure, the surface has been scraped off in small 'scratches' by wasps, harvesting the wood to make their paper nests.
The boardwalks provide a great vantage point to look out to sea, through the pines.
It's also worth looking the other way, up the cliffs to the pines on the cliff tops.  You get some interesting perspectives from this angle.
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