Monthly Archives: March 2008

Socrates’ Prison

As the chill sensation got to his waist, Socrates uncovered his head (he had put something over it) and said his last words: ‘Crito, we owe a cock to Asclepius. Do pay it. Don’t forget.’ – Plato, The Phaedo The … Continue reading

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The Acropolis

Soon we came upon a row of open graves, cut in the solid rock–(for a while one of them served Socrates for a prison)–we passed around the shoulder of the hill, and the citadel, in all its ruined magnificence, burst … Continue reading

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yeah, there were shadows

Because I can’t resist shadows or graffiti, you get both in one. I’m about to walk out the door to do some shooting around Monastiraki and the Acropolis, so you may actually get some scenes you recognize in the next … Continue reading

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Still in Glyfada

Here it is set against one of its shiny neighbors, who didn’t run out of money for construction

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More of the apartment building in Glyfada

Looks all nice and pleasant. An apartment in a meadow. Speaking of nice and pleasant, how do you like the new look here at

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