The west coast of the island of Ibiza is dotted with small islets that form a Protected Natural Park, and each of these islets is home to a different subspecies of lizard. Access to them is restricted to biological and scientific studies only.
This aerial image shows a part of these islets with the so-called S'Espartar in the foreground. The name comes from the fact that in ancient times it was all cultivated with the esparto grass plant, a flexible reed that was used to make sandals.
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Helicopter: Robinson R-44
Camera: Canon EOS5 MkIII
Lens: Canon 24-70 f:2.8
Processed with Capture One