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The Citadel of CALVI seen since the quay of the marina.
It is at the time of the battle engaged by the English Navy that the admiral NELSON lost his eye there.
With the foot of the Citadel, the quays of the commercial port are. Between the two, the wall is flanked prickly pears which make its approach inaccessible.
The stereotype was taken in covered weather. After the usual adjustments, I used a cooling filter of PS.

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Additional Photos by Pierre BONA (chinchini) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1945 W: 413 N: 8019] (31529)
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