As I mentioned in this post, Eivissa welcomes (or has to welcome) six million people every year. However, if you come here off-season, which is pretty much everything except July and August, the island and the people are extremely calm, welcoming and supportive. I was told that some of these descriptions may change drastically during high season.
Be that as it may, I took this picture at the not-so-picturesque airport and there was…nobody. Well, almost nobody…I cut out five Italians…scusi ragazzi!. I really like abandoned places and, personally speaking, quiet is the new black. I also tend to be overly melancholic when returning from travels – even short ones. It’s not that I don’t like what I am doing professionally, it’s just that I am doing it in continental Europe…that means at least six months of no-summer. Even worse, I live in a country that has no access to the sea (you do the math!). That’s, luckily, something that could change soon enough…Tata!
PS: The day of my last posting was the first day since I started this blog, on which visitors from all continents have visited photonautics…thank you all!