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Mounzer Awad


Student, Aspiring Photographer


In Italian, faraglioni are stacks, a coastal and oceanic rock formation eroded by waves. The word may be derived from the Greek pháros or Latin pharus and is cognate with the Spanish farallón. They are found at the coasts of several regions of Italy:

Source: Wikipedia

About this picture

A twenty-day cruise around the Western Mediterranean sea, this was the last photograph I took in the last stop I visited. It probably is my favorite photograph I’ve taken so far, in maybe my favorite place on earth: Capri.

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