Photographer's Note

In the wonderful land of Isili, the artificial dam of Is Borrocus collects water from the River Mannu, forming Lake San Sebastian. The water only adds to the beauty of the quaint little island where stands the church of San Sebastian. The church of SanSebastiano stood on a limestone promontory, which has become an island because of the damming of the river with the dam "Is Borroccus"

The country church of St. Sebastian was built in Romanesque style in the seventeenth century, although obvious signs of subsequent interventions.
The facade square with a wooden portal frame inserted in a pointed arch, surmounted by a belfry with lancet window, suggests a second remake of the late Gothic aragonese fees.
After a period of neglect due to mysterious legends has recently been renovated respecting the original aspect.

In WS you can see another view

Nikon D80
ISO 400
Lens 18-135 mm.
Focal Length 35 mm.
Lens Aperture f/10
Shutter speed 1/320 sec
Metering mode: matrix
Weather notes: very cloudy, sunny intervals

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Additional Photos by mario carlos (marcan44) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 582 W: 74 N: 1351] (6315)
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