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I am sharing in Las Fotos de los Lectores de La Vanguardia this beautiful photograph of the Ter river passing through Torroella de Montgrí, in the extreme northeast of the Baix Empordà region.

You can see the Ter creating a mirror effect, with the clouds in the sky reflected in its waters. This is a snapshot captured without filters with a Samsung A7 mobile.

The Ter river rises in Ulldeter at 2480 meters of altitude, at the foot of a glacial cirque in the Pyrenean region of Ripollès, very close to the town of Setcases. After a length of just over 200 km, it flows into the Mediterranean Sea downstream of Torroella de Montgrí.

At the mouth of the Ter river we find the Gola del Ter beach, also known as Playa de la Fonollera, in the municipality of Torroella de Montgrí. It is one of the most peaceful and suggestive places on the entire Costa Brava.

Of enormous ecological interest, it forms a very long beach of fine golden sand, far from any type of human construction, which is why it is highly appreciated.