“Beautiful” is the key word here.
The image shows a backdrop of the Alps and is titled “Aerial,” according to the photo’s description.
There are many different versions of the photo.
It has also been shared thousands of times.
Here’s the photo description: “I’ve photographed this image in a city in Italy and it’s beautiful.
It’s just amazing how it’s a backdrop that gives you a view of the ocean.
It feels like you’re at the base of the mountains.
The landscape is beautiful.”
The photo also shows an “overhang,” according a photo description.
It describes the image as: “It’s a very unique view of an overhang of mountains.
It really makes you feel like you are at the edge of the mountain and you can’t see anything from there.”
Here’s the full description from the photo: “The photograph is a beautiful piece of work.
This photograph is the result of a conversation I had with a photographer from the city of Liguria who wanted to do a photograph for the ‘Italian Beautiful’ series.
I found out he was working on an ocean scene.
The mountains and sea are very important in this landscape and I felt that I could do this image by taking the overhang that is in front of the city.
I wanted to show it to a photographer in Ligurian, who I also had a meeting with.
I was lucky enough to find him.
He was working in a very nice building that has a huge garden.
He wanted to make this photograph in a building that he owns and that I was also very close to.
The photographer was very interested in it and he said that he wanted to see it for myself and that he would make me a portrait for him.”
This image was captured on December 14, 2018, on the Italian island of Lazzaro.
According to a Facebook page dedicated to the image, the photo was taken on Dec. 15.
“The photographer had a very warm welcome and he had an opportunity to capture the beautiful landscape in this environment.
It was a great opportunity to meet the people of Lazaro, to get some new ideas and new perspectives.
We hope that we can use this opportunity to work together and create more beautiful works in the future,” the page reads.