Welcome to Las Salinas de Janubio, a salt farm on the Western coast. Like the senmaida of Japan’s Noto Peninsula, the salt fields are an agricultural heritage site. It has fewer visitors, however, and I’m not sure why. Las Salinas has neat squares of my favorite colors, celadon and rust and nothing quite white, and angry gulls shouting their annoyance. Yet another form of coastal manipulation, here are some quick shots from a late afternoon.
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Diver-into of many things: the ocean, trouble, books, articles, hobbies, communities, conversations. From New York for the most part. View all posts by Rennie Meyers