Posts about mediterranean

  • Shop fronts in La Spezia, Italy

    Cinque Terre – La Spezia

    Black-and-white photos from wanderings in the Italian Cinque Terre.

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  • Cinque Terre – Vernazza

    Black-and-white photos from wanderings in the Italian Cinque Terre.

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  • Cinque Terre – Monterosso al Mare

    Black-and-white photos from wanderings in the Italian Cinque Terre.

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  • Water spout on the Amalfi Coast

    An unexpected water spout on the boat journey between Ischia, Capri and Positano in Italy.

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  • The Tradition of Freedom

    The beginning of the summer camping season on the Piémançon beaches in the Camargue region of southern France.

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  • Capo Sant’Andrea, Elba

    The rocky coastline in the north west of Elba is unique in the world; granite magma, deposited by a volcano seven million years ago, is impregnated with orthoclase crystals and forms a peculiar, smoothed surface. On first seeing the rocks, they appeared to have been concreted-over, but on closer inspection, it was obvious that it’s […]

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  • Viticcio

    One of the joys of a holiday on the Mediterranean coast is finding small villages, hidden away amongst the folds of the coast, and the special places therein. Although I didn’t know it when I took this photo, there’s an excellent, if tiny, restaurant beneath the gazebo in the centre of this photo. Frequented by […]

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  • Memories of Great Places

    A panoramic view of the small, remote town of Malfa on the Italian island of Salina.

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  • Leaving Capri

    Thoughts of our upcoming late Spring holiday to the Aeolian Islands, off the coast of Sicily, have inspired me to have a flick through last year’s holiday shots.

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  • Leaving Capri, Italy

    This was one of the most challenging shots of our trip to Italy. Making my way through the crowded upper deck on a fast, bouncing boat travelling over rough seas, to make it down the rearward-facing steps and onto the small platform at the rear of the boat, above the engines. Wedging myself into the […]

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