Photographer's Note

This is the basaltic cliff in the Island of San Pietro, in the south west coast of Sardinia.
The island is so called because a legend says that the saint found a safe refuge there from a gale while sailing from Africa to Rome. The island is very small (see map link) and it possesses only one town: Carloforte, which in the past was populated mainly by fisherman. Recently it has become a popular tourist summer destination.

I have posted another sight of this rocks: Here

ISO Speed Ratings = 80
Metering Mode = Center Weighted Average
Focal Length = 7.4mm (35 mm equivalent. 35 mm)

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Additional Photos by Ingenua Mente (Longroute) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2659 W: 169 N: 4719] (19600)
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