The Promenade d’Anglais in the french city of Nice is one of the oldest urban beachfronts in the world. In English the name translates to Promenade of the English, because beginning of the early 1800s mostly British nobleman and aristocrats came here to spend their winter vacations in the warmth of the mediterranean. Later first hotels were built at the sea and a walkway at the coast came into being. The pictures were shot in February 2019.
This post is part of the so called “Greek Series”, consisting of photographies I shot while backpacking Greece in September 2013. You’ll find a basic introduction to the series here and the last post featuring Santorini can be accessed here.
In the previous entries I highlighted the blue and red tones of Santorini, in this one I will focus on shades of white and black (in color). Pictures three to five are shot at the famous black beach at the eastern shore of the island.
Recently I came back from Malta where I had the pleasure to work for a language school. There was not much time for photography, but still there are some shots I want to share with you.
Update August 12th: Added two more shots.
Trapani on a late September day.
The amazing staircase of the Vatican museums.
Sunset at the coast of Western Sicily.
The Cathedral of Modica in Central Sicily.
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