No man's island by Hercules Milas

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Tons of lava from some volcanic explosion a couple of millions years ago, froze rapidly and with the help of erosion, wind and sea, created some unearthly landscapes in Milos island (Cyclades, Aegean Sea, Greece). The variety of shapes and colors in the Milian landscape, would make jealous even the most imaginative artist. Photo taken at Sarakiniko beach.

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Comments

  • Zati
    Zati11 months ago

    This rocks! (Get it? I’ll get my coat…). Bad puns aside, wonderful clarity, details and colours Hercules, great job!

  • That’s a good pun, Zati!!! Thank you very much!

    – Hercules Milas

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