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Monochrome Madness 2-14


This week’s photo for Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness is also taken on the greek island Corfu. In the north-western part of the island you can find an old castle, built when Corfu was part of the Venetian Republic at the end of the 14th century. In the same place, there was already a byzantine castle from the 11th century, which was overtaken by the Venetians.

In the image, you can see the final part of the track up to the castle, where you have a wonderful view over some parts of the western coast and the Adria. The exhausting trail uphill is definitely worth the effort. But, bring water with you! You’ll need it!

Take care!

6 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness 2-14”

  1. Lovely picture Solaner, how nice to be there and to go up those steps to see what is at the top. It makes me want to know more 🙂

    1. thanks, kaz.
      Currently I’m developing the photos taken on Corfu. Although the hike uphill is very exhausting, it’s worth the effort. The view from up there over the island and the mediterranean sea is fantasic.

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