Here the birds involved in the shows simply do what they want, how they want and when they want. Guests are merely spectators of the birds at the Bay of Somme. I had the opportunity to attend one of these shows after visiting the small museum dedicated to the bird. A very interesting experience.
Finding this beach, and and the memory ringing the scenes we have seen from the 1900s, when men's swimsuits were generally striped, and women timidly approached the shore, this has been one of those. It was a bad day, although some weak sunshine was left, in the midst of the leaden clouds that threatened rain. The bright colors of the houses for rent, which were by this time completely empty, thinned out to make way for pastel colors causing a beautiful visual sensation. The outgoing tide, leaving small toungues of water amid the fine sand, but the beach and really were quite rocky. I closed my eyes and let myself take the pictures that were recently seen in the Sorolla Museum, a style of light caracterized by him during his last stage, but this time without the light of the Mediterranean.
When I got to this beach, I immediately remembered pictures from the 1900's of men in striped swimsuits and shy women timidly approached the shore. It was a cloudy day, although there were some weak rays of sun poking through the leaden rain clouds. The bright colours of the summer houses were completely empty by this time, and gave a beautiful visual sensation. The tide left little trails of water amid the fine sand, even though the beach is really quite rocky. I closed my eyes and let my mind remember the pictures that were recently observed in the Sorolla Museum with the Luminary styled that characterized his work in the later years, but this time without the light of the Mediterranean.