Whilst in Sardinia I stumbled across this caravan with a rather special view of the sea. The owner had managed to get his caravan onto the edge of a 10 meter high cliff overlooking the sea. You can see how windy it was from the way the caravan awning is bellowing up but he looked like he was really enjoying himself in a relaxed "all the time in the world" kind of way!
One of the 'advantages' of a compact camera compared to a Dslr is the huge depth of field. I wanted to get everything in focus in the shot as the foreground, in particular, interested me as much as the caravan. This is the result with the fuji F31 on its aperture priority setting at f8.
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