Photographer's Note

This actual Post is one more dedicated to the "Week of the Sea" that have place at Horta town at Faial Island at the second week of August 2005. Here you can see at long distance the S.George Island that I didn't visit and at your right a little bit of Pico, that you must know something in my previous posts.

During this week there are many nautic and popular events linked to popular and tradition festivities in the town, that you can see in this post with the sportiv and transport activity at Horta.

If You want to see the Local where I took this picture I give a Google Map with a reference CAMERA ICON here: Link

IMPORTANT Note: The weather was good with some nice clouds formation and the shot was taken at 16H06 GMT with the sun at near my backwords.

Aditional Information: ISO=80, Focal Lenght=109mm and Polarizer Filter.

In my Photo Information YOU have one WS-Workshop that is a complementary or near view that is also a good important way of comunicate and share information. The WS shot was made 25 seconds before this one and you can see the Public transport boat begining is turn to Pico Island.

So, take a minute to see this complementary view or one of my first Travelogue posts here: Link

These beautiful Islands are located in the vast Atlantic Ocean somewhere half a way between Europe and North America. Faial and Pico are part of the five Central Islands, that are visited all the year for several thousand of tourists and sea navigators from all the world. It's like a world navigation network!

These are natural and preserved nature wonders that have Sailors, Solitaire navigators and important world tourism and preserved Sportiv Game-Fishing with people linked to United States, Canada, Brazil, Europe and also naturally to Continental Portugal.

Thanks in advance and the best for you all.


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Additional Photos by Fernando Guedes Almeida (Galmeida) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3090 W: 114 N: 3625] (12559)
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