La Palma - Teneguía

Camera
PENTAX K-5 II s
Aperture
f/9.0
Shutter speed
1/60 sec
Focal length (as set)
39.0 mm
Sensitivity
ISO 200
Lens
HD PENTAX-DA 16-85mm F3.5-5.6 ED DC WR

The South-West area of La Palma is the youngest in terms of volcanic activity; there was a huge erosion in the ’70s, which formed the land the way it is today.

Originally we didn’t plan to visit this area for too long, thinking it’s not as interesting as the rest of the island - we were wrong. Not only there is a traditional salt factory here, there are lots of small beaches where nobody goes, and the view is magnificent as well.



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