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Steps leading between granite boulders

Steps leading between granite boulders

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Photographer: © living4media / Del Olmo, Henri
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Location:Sardinia, IT
Print size: approx. 28.87 × 43.39 cm at 300 dpi
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Worth the Climb

12476951 | © living4media / Del Olmo, Henri | 38 images

Most of the furniture in this Mediterranean villa is stone, Sardinia

One hundred steps above the water lies a villa on the cliff. The home is built in and absorbed into its surrounding landscape. Due to the physical exertions just to reach the front door it should be of no surprise that they have chosen to forgo heavy furniture. Instead, the home relies on beautifully built in stone pieces, bean bags & cushions.
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