This is the Bay of Peristeria through my lens.
Τhe place where Euripides the son of Mnesarchus(485/480 - 406 B.C.),
used to retire and write his tragedies.
The Bay of Peristeria has two islets , and has functioned as an anchorage for many centuries.
It took its name from the swarms of wild doves (peristeria in modern Greek) who lived until
the mid 1960s on the rocks of the beach and also on the two islets.
It is a place-name with ancient echoes as it brings to mind a reference to Salamis by Aeschylus
in the Persians (line 309) as "the island that breeds the doves".
The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I. [link]