Crashing waves in Kefalonia, Greece

A  mass of rock resisting being engulfed by a wet sea wall. When the monster waves subside, this seemingly insignificant islet will once again become a sun-soaking haven for the seagulls that have temporarily vacated their home so that the sea’s fury can find an outlet.

(Photo: November 2008 during a November storm on the island of Kefalonia, Greece. Shot at longest end of zoom lens, from a safe distance, because anything else would’ve been pure insanity.)

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