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San Miguel was very colourful as usual with the boats on the beach and the sheds, nets and floats behind.
Digby has posted some photos, which he has enhanced, on http://coloursofspain.wordpress.com and here are some more.
There were not many people around. Just this solitary fishermen mending his nets.
Then we went on to the church, La Iglesia de Las Salinas, which always makes a nice photo with the boats on the beach in the foreground.
Across the road by the salt flats is a group of cottages with more ramshackle, weathered sheds and old boats.
The wasteland in front of the church was carpeted with the pink flowers of silene.
We also saw clumps of mesembryanthemum in flower.