Island of Capri from the East, Italy
Emerging from the deep blue of the Tyrrhenian Sea the island of Capri stands as a sentinel to the entrance Bay of Naples. In the photograph, a cloud, of its own making, hovers over Monte Solaro like a cap. The land, is mostly uninhabited, is composed of rocky mountains and abysses that even the trees have trouble clinging to. On the left of the photograph, the islands of Scoglio del Monacone and Faraglioni greet one to the Marina Piccola where wealthy denizens moor their yachts and schooners. Beautiful blues of the sea against harsh rocky greys.