A place where orange clay mountains and turquoise sea met in deep gorges...
Cape Adjiask won my heart with its uniqueness! And today I want to share the wonderful shots of this wildlife, among which I was 10 days in September this year.
My daughter @bugavi, in search of a new place where we haven't been before, found the "Zastava" base I wrote about earlier. This extraordinary estate was located in the middle of the steppe on a mysterious cape, and we went in anticipation of exciting experiences!
The owner of the estate warned us that there is a steep descent to the beach in the amount of 138 steps. If we are ready to walk up and down every day, then welcome 😀
And so we found ourselves on a narrow path in the middle of these steps and look at the mountains that were behind us. This is truly one of the most beautiful places in Ukraine, Odessa region on the Black Sea.
We walked slowly along the beach to the left to the cape, where there were many small bays among the rocks of Rakushnyak, enjoying the amazing creations of nature. The waves ran up to the stone rocks, forming interesting caves in them.
I loved looking at the stones that were there of different colors and textures. They were orange and green, and there were many holes in them. I have collected a whole collection of photos of stones!
And here is the extreme point of our walk along the beach - Cape Adjiyask. It was usually deserted here.
I loved being here for a long time, listening to the sound of the waves and looking at these magical sea pictures!
There were only inhabitants of the sea who prevented us from enjoying swimming in the Black Sea - giant blue jellyfish that left burns on the body!
The first few days were warm, but later a very cold wind came and we went for a walk over the abyss, where there were many gorges with beautiful views.
And here is our flight over the cliffs of Cape Adjiask. This photo was taken by my Victoria and she said that it looks like in the Titanic :)
I was fascinated by these amazing green plants, which covered the valleys in the gorges like carpets.
It looked like pictures we could only enjoy, but couldn't go down! It was scary and dangerous. So we walked on the edge of the abyss, taking lots of fantastic photos!
On the way back, I took some photos of flowers of the Ukrainian steppe, which were bright finds among the sun-burnt grass!
There was also an interesting photo area near the stairs, where we liked to sit in the evening and watch the sunset.
A new beautiful place like first love always leaves unforgettable memories. So, I am happy to share my emotions with you.
Thank you for your visit 😊