Photographer's Note

This is "Capo Testa", situated on the northern most tip of the Italian island of Sardinia, in a little peninsula with wild nature surrounded by a wonderful sea, enjoying nice views over the Straits of Bonifacio to the island of Corsica. There are some beautiful beaches with clear turquoise sea, ideal for swimming and snorkelling, and fascinating rock formations.
Behind Capo Testa there is the village of Santa Teresa di Gallura witch offers, from the port, boat trips to the islands and daily ferries to Corsica.

We decided to go to the Sardinia island with my car, so we had to go from Barcelona to Marseille, then take a ferry to Corsica island (France), and then another ferry to Sardinia (Italy).
When we arrived to Sardinia, from Bonifaccio (an ancient port very isolated at the tip of southernmost of Corsica island), we first went to visit the spectacular Capo Testa, a granite promontory with many sea-sculpted rocks, carved by the sea, as the wind is always very strong there.
From there, you can enjoy spectacular Mediterranean views, like this one in the foto.

Note: This shot was made with my old analogical pocket camera, model Nikon Zoom 400 AF.
I have begun to pass to digital format some photos done with this camera. I will post here in TE, some of them.
Then I have done some post processing, (rotating, contrast, and noise reduction using "Neat Image"), to get a better image. Here is it, enjoy it!

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