Hell’s Mouth – Not so Hellish

One of the first stops during my visit to Portugal was Boca do Inferno which in English translates as:  Hell’s Mouth. It was early May and the air temperature rose above 35 Celsius. The ocean was unusually calm and nothing suggested the raging waves this spot is known for.


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This is my entry for the challenge run by Restless Jo who made Portugal her second home. 

48 Comments on “Hell’s Mouth – Not so Hellish

  1. I love the contrasts between the textures pf the water and the rocks. Just beautiful Paula- and the perspective- the rocks appearing to get smaller as the vantage point changes. Just beautiful. Like the music too 🙂 Have a great Monday!

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  2. Thank you so much, sweetheart! 🙂 🙂 Stunning shot. I’ve never been to that precise spot but my elderly neighbours in the Algarve have a home there. It’s a very old, draughty house and they like to spend Summers at the beach, much further south. Lovely music. I’m soothed now. 🙂

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    • 😀 That’s understandable. Come to think about it, I don’t remember seeing people in a small craft down there 😀


  3. Pingback: Jo’s Monday walk : South Shields to Souter | restlessjo

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