To the west of Sicily you will find the towns of Trapani and Marsala, which is famous for its wine. We took a drive between the two, along what is known as the Salt Road, due to the salt flats which run along the coast. We had seen some pictures of the area in the B&B, showing huge piles of salt next to some windmills, so we figured it was a good place to take photographs. After taking the usual shots, I experimented with the black & white and one point colour features of my Panasonic/Lumix DMC-TZ58 point and shoot camera. (For info. almost all of my photos are taken with this camera).
Afterwards we drove up to the beautiful, historic village of Erice, which sits on the top Mount Erice at a height of around 750 metres or nearly 2,500 ft. As you can imagine, there are magnificent views all around and it’s definitely worth a visit if you’re ever in the area.