Perlaroques

Perlaroques

Posted on 09/02/2012


Photo taken on August  7, 2012


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Playa de Benijo 9 - Beach

Playa de Benijo 9 - Beach
Fotografía tomada en la playa de Benijo cerca de Almáciga en el mazizo de Anaga ( espacio protegido de la isla de Tenerife )y de la Reserva Natural Integral de los Roques de Anaga en el norte de Tenerife. Playa con fina arena negra y fuerte oleaje. Islas canarias. España
Al fondo puede verse el Roque de Tierra de los Roques de Anaga que es el de mayor tamaño y también el más cercano a tierra. Durante la bajamar, se encuentra unido a la isla de Tenerife a expensas de una fina lengua de arena. A pesar de estar organizado en torno a paredes muy escarpadas, en su extremo sur dispone de una playa, donde se encuentran conchas de diferentes moluscos que habitaron el lugar en períodos geológicos antiguos, cuando las aguas de la Isla eran más cálidas.

Photography taken in Benijo's beach near Almáciga in Anaga's mazizo (protected area of the island of Tenerife) and of the Natural Integral Reservation of the Roques de Anaga in the north of Tenerife. Beach with thin black sand and strong surge. Canary islands . Spain
To the bottom it can there turns the Roque of Earth of the Roques de Anaga who is that of major size and also the nearest to land. During the low tide, it is joined to the island of Tenerife at the expense of a thin language of sand. In spite of being organized concerning very steep walls, in his south end he has a beach, where they find shells of different mollusks that lived the place in geological ancient periods, when the waters of the Island were hotter.
In the center of the photography it can there turns a roque, who is a formation of the remains of pythons intrusitos composed by materials of Salic character, which today proves to be isolated of the coast tinerfeña for action of the erosive phenomena to which one has seen exposed. The weakest rocky formations have been becoming dislapidated, provoking a setback of the coastal cliff.

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