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Old 17-09-2008, 14:25
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Default Essential shots for the keen photographer in PP??

Apart from the fun stuff and postcard type images. what/where would you consider to be good or unusual photo opportunities for the keen photographer visiting the area?

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If you are hiring a car, a good spot for photo opportunities is the road fron Bonaire towards La Victoria, particularly ovelooking the Bay. The centre of the Bay, where the kite surfers ply their trade is more visible from that side too, and makes for interesting sea shots, particularly in the winter months.
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You can take some wonderful photographs on the road to Formantor, as you drive up the hill and approach the car park on the left you will see a small road to the right, it is quite narrow (but worth it) you can drive right up to the turret at the top and see PP and Formantor.

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Driving up to La Victoria, stop just past the bridge for some spectacular wave shots if the weathers right!
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Default essential shots for the keen photographer in PP??

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Where is La Victoria? I've not heard the name before

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Where is La Victoria? I've not heard the name before

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See separate thread http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...-victoria.html
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A good photo op in PP is the fish counter in the Caprabo supermarket (now Euroski?). They usually have a large eel with a pointy-toothed smile staring at the customers.
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