HAVING FUN AT AVENCAS BEACH IN PAREDE
When we go to do a photographic session, knowing the place it is a great help for what we intend to do. It was what happened when I arrived to Avencas Beach, Parede, for a session with Ana, Rui and his three kids. Two on the beach, still moisten their feet, and another waiting to step on the sand one of this days, something he, or she, is indelibly condemned.
This is because I know that beach as I know my hands and it is a fantastic scenario to photograph but only when the tide is down. When this happen I have at my availability countless combinations to do photos. Upstanding, seated on that beautiful rocks, mirroring in the small lakes waiting for vain princess with Cascais as a fantastic background. So the photographic cameras and lens of the wedding photographer love this.
But it was a full tide. So I only can work in that small slice of sand where stubborn waves loving to chase photographers not interested in get wet feet and, as if an unsatisfied designer erased all that beach and only leave that slice of sand, which end just there and not let me pass to the other beach as usually crossed by the couples in love, specially in the sunset, done by generations. Scratching my head about how I am solving this problem, suddenly I have in the front of me people with easy communication with sand, waves and sun. So the problem solved by himself, because this family transformed that slice of sand in the most beautiful beach in the world, with bonds, tenderness, joy and with no difference between them and the water bubbles, the grains of sand and kissing waves. The end of the day sunlight, evolving them, did the final touch.
I hope that my photos can show you what really happen in that little slice of sand. They did all the work and I wish that all those bonds never get lost. The wish of a wedding photographer.