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TE members sometimes upload pics of interesting windows, and here is mine :)

The rock you can see on this photo is called "Azure Window" (Maltese: Tieqa Żerqa) on the Gozo island. It is I suppose the Maltese archipelago's most spectacular natural landmark. It features a table-like rock over the sea, is one of the most photographed vistas of the Maltese Islands, and its particularly spectacular during winter when waves crash high inside the arch. The Inland Sea, Gozo, and Dwejra Bay, were created millions of years ago when two limestone caves collapsed. This and the near by Blue Hole and Inland sea are popular scuba diving sites.

I have left shades of people on purpose here, as i wanted to show you how bige is the window itself. Doesn't look that impressive at first sight, but take a carefull look - it is huge! I used a well known ND 400 filter - which as you know I usually use in this type of views.

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