As I write this post, I’m standing by the heater to keep warm and occasionally peeking out of the window. I’m waiting for snow to appear. According to the weather forecast, there’s 100% chance of snowfall from 0100-0200 in Brussels tonight. But all I see and hear are fat raindrops.
It was mid-July, right in the middle of summer. However, don’t be fooled by the skimpily-clad people lying on the beach in this photo. As soon as the sun was covered by the clouds – notice the overcast sky? – the air turn chilly. And this happened every few seconds as it was also a windy day.
Nonetheless, there were many people braving the ‘summer chill’ – young and old, naked and clothed – sprawled along the length of Playa de Riazor. Almost everyone had a deep tan.
This photo was taken with a second-hand Canonet QL17, loaded with a roll of Fuji Superia 200.