View from a dune over Antzavoni
This is the view from a big sand dune over the little village Antzavoni on the west coast of Madagascar. It is a typical village with many fisher and some farmers.
Most of the villages in this region have a sand dune on the south side of the village. We don´t know why, but it looks great.
The beach along this coast is one of the most beautifull I have ever seen. Fine with sand and turquoise sea. Specially at low tide the beautifull color is very fascinating.
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