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December afternoon light does justice to this summer resort in south Sardinia.
No wonder Phoenicians choose that spot to stop on their route to Spain: a peninsula with two bays at its sides offers a good shelter from the prevailing winds.
They built a town, called Bithia, on the peninsula (at my back) but almost nothing remains today. The place was pratically inhabited untill 25-30 years ago, then it was discorvered by tourists who now in summer, swarm over this golden sand beach.

27 March 2008

I've made a workshop of this photo, I think it improved a lot. Judge for yourself

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