Back in Camogli with a view from the small concrete pier close to Santa Maria Church, looking East to the wonderful and colorful old waterfront, a real wall of houses with 8 or 9 floors built betwen the end of XIX Century and the 20's of the XX Century.
The waterfront of Camogli was opened in the 1913, when the old waterfront built from the X Century with wood and stone houses was destroyed to opened the pedestrian street, to built the new houses and to have a larger beach.
Camogli have a strange link with the tiny island of Tristan da Cuna, a group of remote islands in the south Atlantic Ocean, 2816 km (1750 miles) from South Africa and 3360 km (2088 miles) from South America.
It is a dependency of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena, 2173 km (1350 miles) to the north and have 280 inhabitants.
In the 1892 two castaways of the ship Italia, of the Camogli Fleet, Andrea Repetto e Gaetano Lavarello, originary of Camogli, arrived on the beach of Tristan da Cunha.
They were saved and both decided to spent there the rest of their life.
Still today, more than 110 years afer two of the surnames of the Tristan inhabitants are Repetto and Lavarello!
The Hospital in Tristan da Cunha was built with money coming from Liguria and it was named "Camogli Hospital".
Model: NIKON D40
Exposure Time: 10/5000 sec
ISO Speed Ratings: 1600
Focal Length: 18 mm
Date Taken: 2008-02-24 15:12
Metering Mode: Pattern
File Size: 195 kb
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ChrisJ (99140) 2008-03-11 3:09
Marvellous reflections, with rich saturated colour & impeccable sharpness. The wide angled panoramic format suits perfectly. Bellisimo!
jhm (139952) 2008-03-11 5:59
The curve of the beach leads us nice to the other side of the picture.
Pink colours as reflection care for a very attractive daily life picture.
The people on the beach enjoy of the first spring sun of 2008.
Thanks for sharing.
Silvio1953 (123431) 2008-03-11 7:44
Ciao Paolo, altra bella cartolina da Camogli con la spiaggia affollata, interessante la storia raccontata nella nota, magnifici i riflessi nell'acqua, bravo e grazie, ciao Silvio
Budapestman (82620) 2008-03-11 8:08
Fascinating impression with superb composition, I like the golden reflection and the peaceful atmosphere, Very well done!
Have a nice day
Cricri (107236) 2008-03-11 8:12
Magnifique l'avant plan avec les reflets de couleurs, bon POV et scÚnes des personnes profitant du soleil, belle composition
have a nice day for you
leo61 (0) 2008-03-11 10:39
I like this looooong curve and the colorful reflections.The grey stripe of beach contrasts well with the facades and the water.
carper (96) 2008-03-11 10:53
a very beautiful place Paolo,
the pov is interesting with the curve if the beache, it looks me nice weather there, good photojob have a good evening.
dip (23632) 2008-03-11 11:10
beautiful and interesting shot with good POV,
I like the colors of the reflection on the sea,
well seen and composed,
brandstaetter (15915) 2008-03-11 11:12
un taglio bellissimo, mi piace che non mostri il cielo.
La curva della spiaggia e┤ un motivo molto dinamico.
TopGeo (38204) 2008-03-11 11:59
Hi Paolo excellent shot!I like the coast and the buildings in the picture you Impress the reflections and the colours a good moment have here. Compliments
Clementi (52514) 2008-03-11 14:07
Ciao Paolo ,
bella foto mi piace che non hai incluso il cielo , bella la curva della spiaggia come belli sono i colori e i riflessi .
grigand (19567) 2008-03-11 14:20
Bellissimo questo riflesso ottimi colori, mi piace molto il contrasto con la sabbia grigia, ma se Ŕ giÓ affollata in febbraio non ci voglio pensare in estate !
salvator (19102) 2008-03-12 2:24
Beautiful colors, beautiful curve, nice sharpness and superb reflections.
Best regards. Ciao. Salvator.
smarcell (19963) 2008-03-13 4:40
Mi piace il taglio della foto, con la spiaggia e le case senza che sia visibile il cielo.
Molto ben organizzata.
- Copyright: Paolo Motta (Paolo) (41222)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-02-24
- Categories: Daily Life, Nature, Architecture
- Camera: Nikon d40 dslr
- Exposure: f/22, 1/500 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2008-03-11 2:37