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Seaside Salad

The rocky, rugged coastline near Llanes, in Asturias, is home to samphire, an edible wild plant. “Half-way down, Hangs one that gathers samphire; dreadful trade!” wrote Shakespeare in The Tragedy of King Lear, referring to the dangerous business of collecting it. Photo ©Mike Randolph

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Now that’s a Flying Buttress

At low tide, tourists wander among the 30-meter high cliffs and arches of the Beach of the Cathedrals, in Galica. Caves and galleries and low passageways provide lots of options for exploring places that in a few hours time, will be completely underwater. Photo ©Mike Randolph


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