This page is about the wonderful Archipelago of Azores and each one of its islands.
Of the nine islands that make part of this archipelago it miss me to visit the Islands of Graciosa and Santa Maria and still remains the Island of São Miguel to photograph.
All are exceptional and different. There are not two identical islands.
For me Flores Island remains engraved in the heart. Her perfume, a mixture of mint, pennyroyal and flowers, its greens, its blues, the water that flows from the rocks all over the island, its cuttings, caves and grottos, its lakes, and above all, its people.
All in Flores is engraved in my memory and each picture is a little piece of the island that I remember.
Next to the Flores I met Corvo Island, of course. The smallest of the 9 but no less interesting.
The Caldeirão of Corvo, an old crater where the blue of the lakes mixes with the multitude of greens, and where graze a few cows and bulls of Corvo community, is one of the main points.
The small village and the kindness of its people completes this island so characteristic, surrounded by dolphins, sperm whales, whales and cagarros fluttering.
Along with the Flores Island form the Western Group, the farthest western point of the whole of Europe
Then we have the Central Group
This is the Group that reminds us that we are really in an archipelago as it is easy sighting to the various islands especially in the triangle of Faial, Pico and São Jorge.
The Terceira and Graciosa get a little farther from this triangle.
Finally we have the Eastern Group formed by the largest island, the island of São Miguel, and the island of Santa Maria that I still not visit.
Each photograph tries to show each island and all its natural beauty.
Enjoy comment and share each one of these beauties.