Five Shots: Capri

The Island of Capri is made of volcanic and limestone rock. It’s the limestone underneath the pristine water that reflects the sunlight to create emerald and cerulean hues that draw thousands of tourists each year. Our group spent an idyllic day wandering around the streets and encircling the island. Here are a few of my favorite shots. Which one do you like best? 

1. Capri Doors Up Ahead
1. Mt. Vesuvius from Capri
2. Afternoon stroll
3. Rooftops
4. Look at those lemons.
5. Boat ride
6. Doors
7. Looking through the doorway.
Cerulean blue
In search of grottos
Aperitivo

46 thoughts on “Five Shots: Capri

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          1. I couldn’t find a place to comment. I love how you include the people and the “parts” of a place. I don’t have your eye, and I appreciate your work!

  1. All lovely shots, and the food and lemons look wonderful.
    I like the view of Vesuvius, as it is worth remembering what happened when that exploded! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete. x

    1. I felt like I was in a movie. All a dream now. Crazy the anticipation of a trip makes working like a dog tolerable. When you are on the trip, your eyes can’t believe you are there. Then when it is over, you look at pictures and wonder if you were really there at all!

  2. Love that first shot with all the boats … ah, what I wouldn’t give to be on one of those boats. But then again, that food in your last photo looks delicious, yum!

    1. Boy, was it ever. I was looking down about 25 feet. It was so clear and the colors changed like a kaleidoscope. When I go back, I want to swim in it. For days on end. 😉

  3. Wow! Isn’t Capri paradise on Earth, Cindy? Your pictures blew me away and caused the travel bug to itch me. How many days would you recommend staying in Capri?

  4. I’m going to go with afternoon stroll because it makes me imagine being there and exploring the space. They’re all all gorgeous, what an amazing part of the world to have gone to and the food looks great.

    1. Thank you, my friend. Yes and yes! All a wonderful dream. I’m glad you picked the stroll. It is inviting. It was hot that day in the sun; the palm trees shaded and the breeze lifting up from the sea encircled us. We sat in the park bench and listened to the birds. A perfect memory.

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