No, it’s not Legoland, but another shot from Ireland. The Giant’s Causeway, in the north of the island, is probably one of the most weird natural scenery you are likely to see anywere. A large area of the coast is composed by incredibly regular stones, prisma shaped, around which several local lengeds and myths are growth.
The shot was taken in a (very) rainy day, and the blurred borders of the image are not the result of a post-processing, but by the raindrops on the lens of my camera.
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Update: Mr. D.J. Nightingale, on his chromasia, has posted today an image titled Giant’s Causeway. This strange case gives my the opportunity to credit his inspiring work.
Born in italy in 1976
more or less at dinner time.
Currenly based in Rome.
Above a self-portrait taken in the toilet of a cinema.