Today we head south to the coastal town of Maratea, Italy. The port was not all that big(or impressive), but the unique rock and salt formations that created a natural breakwater were fascinating. I got lucky that the moon was in such a perfect spot during the peaceful and eery blue hour. Sometimes things just seem to work out.
Below, you can see the interesting salt formations, creating a “false” rocky floor, fragile and brittle. My new Slovakian friend “John” almost found out the hard way while walking over it and almost crashing through. The salt ended up staying in tact and we sat there for a long while, just talking, watching the moon rise and the night turn to black. Afterwards we took a twilight dip in the lukewarm ocean, cooling off from the humid heat. All in all, a memorable, awesome evening. Enjoy!
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