Desert island layers

I’ve returned from a trip to the island of Fuerteventura with my camera a little sandier and more used than before my departure.

It’s part of Spain’s Canary islands, basking in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Africa. It’s a fairly rocky, dry outcrop boasting very warm weather, sparkling colours – and even Sahara-esque sand dunes.

This taster shot says it all in a layered cake – electric blue sky, azure waters, plenty of sand and a modern tarmac road through the middle. It was a fruitful place for photography, and I’ll bring you more from the island in forthcoming posts.

Desert island layers

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