Photographer's Note

The Faraglioni are three blocks of rock which have survived coastal landslides, erosion by the sea and all manner of atmospheric corrosion.

The rocks have each been given a name: the first, still attached to the land, is called Stella, the second, separated from the first block by a stretch of sea; Faraglione di Mezzo and the third, Faraglione di Fuori or Scopolo, in other words the head or promontory stretching into the sea.

The Romans were especially fond of this area of Capri: in ancient times scattered with splendid villas and shady ninfei, later to become the much sought after retreat of artists in the nineteen hundreds and now home to exclusive residences and luxury hotels.

Exposure Time: 1/25
F-Stop: f/8.0
ISO Speed Ratings: 100
Focal Length: 10/1 mm

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