Wandering through Aguçadoura's foggy summer.
 
Aguçadoura is a small village in the north of the Portuguese east coast.
 
 
 
 
Lost in the middle of orange beaches where the sea weed dries - in portuguese we call it Sargaço.
 
Farmers use sea weed to make their vegetables grow big and healthy.
 
The sandy soils and the use of sargaço makes Aguçadoura's agriculture kind of unique.
 
 
Oliveira de Carvalho ©
 
 

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