This ruined watch tower, on the northern coast of Sicily at Isola delle Femmine near Palermo, dates from the 16th century. Its position on top of a rocky outcrop and the angle of this photo make it look as isolated as it probably once was, when it is actually now surrounded on three sides by modern houses and holiday villas. On the other side it faces out to the small island which gives Isola delle Femmine its name.
Issue 10 of the fine art photography publication Stark-Magazine features this photograph on a double page spread. The magazine is free to download and printed copies can also be purchased with 25% of profits going to Doctors Without Borders.