The Blue Grotto is a sea cave on the coast of the island of Capri, southern Italy. Sunlight, passing through an underwater cavity and shining through the seawater, creates a blue reflection that illuminates the cavern.
Transfer from the boat down to the rowboat to enter the cave The entrance to the cave is so small that only a 4-5 person rowboat can enter and only if the seas are calm enough, you'll see what I meanInside the Blue Grotto cave with the flash on This was one of the pictures where I had the flash turned on. Notice the waterline on the cave wall? We were told this cave is only accessible about 100 dInside the Blue Grotto without a flash - 1st picture The picture is slightly out of focus because the Nikon was having trouble focusing in the pitch black cave. It really is an amazing sight and AdobeInside the Blue Grotto cave with no flash - 2nd picture This is one of my favorites of the Grotto. It's a difficult shoot because you're crammed into a rowboat, the cave is pitch black and the guys roAnother picture of the amazing blue water inside the Grotto The cave isn't that big and they only allow about 4 or 5 rowboats at a time inside the cave. I was lucky, I was seated at the very front ofThe beautiful blue waters inside the Blue Grotto Another picture of that beautiful blue waterA picture of the Blue Grotto that's perfect for framing Available in prints, framed prints, canvas and digital downloads.Similar to the other picture inside the Blue Grotto but with the flash on This is the other picture from inside the Blue Grotto where I had the flash on.One of the other rowboats inside the Blue Grotto cave with us Notice the blue light coming from under the rowboat? I thought that was really cool.Here's the entrance to the Blue Grotto cave If the seas are too rough, you can imagine how hard it would be to row a rowboat into and out of the cave. They sometimes use the chain to pull the boat int