Photographer's Note

Karpasia peninsula (it looks like a pipkin shank on a map) lies far from beaten treks. I drove to the bitter end of peninsula which is Apostolos Andreas cape. The last settlement was left after the back and I met donkeys oftener than people. The road there is going onto the seashore, so the nicest landscapes are opened to your eyes after each of bend. Once I've seen the stone "beach" having some unusual forms. I stopped, walked down to the shore and took a shot which you can see now. The shot was taken from the lower point to give to the picture more dramatic expression. This is sandstone formation which has been developed by water and wind: they "ironed" that and cut the straight treks in the stone. Hope you enjoy that unusual view.

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Additional Photos by Denis Kabanov (Tracker) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 132 W: 0 N: 399] (1942)
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