We have always been intrigued by Kate McCann's comments that she "...always feels closer to Madeleine..." when she is on the Beach at Praia da Luz, and particularly when she is near the rocks.
Our thoughts are that if one was to bury someone they loved, and who had maybe died due to a tragic accident, they would surely leave a marker of some sort to record the position of the burial site.
Is there a good photograph of the rocks at PdL beach taken prior to 3 May 2007? And is there one taken some months later that would maybe show that one or two rocks had been moved? What an ideal marker they would make especially if they (or it) was heavy and required maybe two men to move it. Are you getting the drift? Or is such a suggestion a little too far fetched?
"Buried in the sands of the Sea at low water mark, where the tide regularly ebbs and flows twice in 24 hours"