Mediterranean Island’s Volcanic Remnants

Remnants of a volcanic past lend themselves to be revered here in the Gulf of Marinella in Sardegna, Italy. Hard rock contrasts the liquid surface of the Mediterranean Sea. The Sun’s ray showers warmth, the wind blows a cool breeze and the sand tickles the explorer’s feet. It’s the perfect place to moor a boat and absorb the surrounding hums.

Photo: Sardegna | July 2008 | © Shirley Bassett

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