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Porto Paglia #2 - Fishermen's little church

In previous posts I have already spoken of old tuna factory of Porto Paglia and its transformation into a tourist resort in the '90s
In today's post are visible the beach, the little church of the tuna fishermen and coastal watchtower built by the Spaniards in the year ‘500.

The church stands on a rock, washed by the waves, which is approximately the size of the building.
The church can be accessed by boat from the beach landing in the courtyard that serves as a platform.
To reach it you walk through a shallow ocean, jumping from one rock to another.
It 's still in good condition thanks to recent renovations.

Only ruins unfortunately remain of the coastal watchtower, built with blocks of sandstone and constantly eroded by the sea.

Camera Pentax k-5
ISO 160
Lens 18-55 mm
Focal Lens 55 mm.
Aperture Lens f/14
Shutter speed 1/200 sec
Metering mode pattern
Exposure mode Av (aperture value)

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