One of my favorite places is the West coast of Germany. I took a photo some years ago on a trip to a tiny "island" called Hamburger Hallig. There is a nice restaurant in the one and only house there and it is a great place to visit any time of the year. During the summer they used to have theme evenings with special food, in between you can go swimming in the Wadden sea, if there is water that is.
The tide is shifting every six hours, meaning that the water goes six hours and returns six hours. Twice a day there is maximum water and twice a day there is no water at all, so you can walk from the main land to the closest islands or at some places from island to island on the sea ground. You need a guide to walk with, because there are "rivers" you have to pass and they fill up more quickly and can hinder your passing. In the picture the water is very low almost "Ebbe" (ebb or low tide).
The foto below shows a tower for TV and mobile radiance (I don't know if that is the correct word to use in English). It sits on the highest point in the area. From where the photo is taken you cannot even see there is an ascending slope. It is 43.4 m high. :-)
The other photo I want to share with you is from a little harbor taken in the evening a few days ago.
I had a picnic with my daughter there and it was a wonderful, windy and amazing experience.
Ayala Art is collecting views on the neighborhoods of her blogger friends, hop over and have a look at peoples places here.