Photographer's Note

The volcanic origin of the Madeira island implies the lack of beaches.

The Madeira coast is rocky and steep, with many narrow mountain passages.

The Giro cape -located to the west of the Funchal capital city- is the second larger cliff all over the world, and the first in all over Europe.

This peak offers magnificent panoramic views of the island over the sea... such this one

from 580 meter of altitude over the sea in wich one can recognize the men work and even the rocks under these stuning blue transparent waters.


Model=NIKON D200
Date Time=2007:05:05 12:42:53
Exposure Time=10/600 sec
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GPSInfo=29140
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