Photographer's Note

This is yet another view of the charming St Gines Church in Arrecife, main town of Lanzarote. This time I photographed it from the Castillo de San Gabriel. As mentioned before there were some clouds around and even though there were moments when the sun rays passed through, too often the well-lit area was quite local while the rest of the surrounding was in the shadow. I didnít want to use the HDR here, instead I decided to enhance the contrasts which helped to emphasize some areas, but I may have lost some details in the very brightly lit white areas.
You see a volcanic cone at the back. Lanzarote has over 100 volcanoes spread across a relatively flat surface area.
The title, borrowed from a movie, just came to my mind seeing the road towards a volcano in the distance. Devil is used as a symbol of the national park formed around the main volcanic area on Lanzarote, although a new gate to hell just opened on the La Palma island nearby.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 7388 W: 106 N: 19417] (74351)
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