Calm Seas

Published 17th of October, 2021

Reflections

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This is what I was after - some nice reflections in the water.

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Calmish

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Having said that, even though there are no waves, there are now tiny ripples forming on the surface of the water, so the reflectoins aren't as pronounced as I would have liked. Still, beggars can't be choosers.

One Final Shot

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The harbour here is very photogenic, but I really must be moving on. If you have never been to Agios Georgios it is easy to find. Just take the coast road from Paphos to Coral Bay, and carry on until you run out of road.

Cap St George

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My next stop for some unusually calm sea shots was the beach at Cap St George. The area around here has changed quite a lot recently. However, the beach is still here, complete with life guard.

Rocky Outcrop

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The area is a bit of a building site at the moment but there are some nice views to be had if you park up and have a wander.

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