Photographer's Note

I always knew the name Capri, I must have heard it as a child already but I really didn’t realize until recently that it refers to a real place, a beautiful island near Neapolitan coast. This picture was taken from the highest point of the Capri island, Monte Solaro. You can reach the peak by a chair lift from a little town called Anacapri. The rocks standing out from the sea on the right side, which appear quite little in this picture, I Faraglioni, are frequently photographed and are probably the most recognizable feature of Capri. The land on the horizon is the mainland, it is the very end of the Sorrento Peninsula.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5193 W: 103 N: 13295] (53434)
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