June 22, 2018

The Mysterious Turquoise Blended Waters of Myrtos Bay...

Myrtos bay, Cephalonia in a cloudy day

Another view of the mysterious turquoise blended waters of Myrtos bay in great contrast to the steep cliffs and the clouded sky.

Camera: Canon EOS 7D
Lens: Canon EF 17-85 IS USM,
Focal Length: 17mm (27.2mm)
ISO: 200,
Exposure: 1/160 sec,
Aperture: 11.0 

Myrtos* is a must see spectacle for the visitor of Kefalonia island, since its dazzling turquoise waters are famous around the world. It has been voted 12 times the best Greek beach. Being featured in best beaches lists around the world, it was also used as a location in the film "Captain Corelli’s Mandolin".

* Myrtos bay and beach is in the region of Pylaros, in the north-west of Kefalonia island.
Cephalonia or Kefalonia, formerly also known as Kefallinia or Kephallenia, is the largest of the Islands in the Ionian Sea in Western Greece.
Myrtos has been described as "one of the most dramatic beaches in Greece", with its "mile-and-a-half long arc of dazzling white pebbles."

All Photos were shot in RAW and originally post processed in Canon's DPP (Digital Photo Professional) 3.5 and recently reprocessed in DDP 4.8.
Thank you for viewing. © 2014-2018 S.C.Vlachos

Relevant Articles:
Green Blue Sea Waters Against White Cloud Formations
Diving into the Turquoise Waters at Myrtos Beach, Cephalonia

Reference Articles:
Canon EF-S 17-85 mm f/4.0-5.6 IS USM Lens Reference

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