Monthly Archives: June 2008

Shadows on a wall

Perhaps you’ve seen me mention, once or twice, that I love the light and shadows in Greece. From a distance, this blazing white wall looked smooth, except for the obvious protrusions, of course, but look at all that texture. Man, … Continue reading

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Clouds on a windy day

Just that. The heat evaporated the sea, the wind pushed that wet air into the side of a mountain, where the wet air gathered into this nicely dramatic cloud. I love dramatic clouds. The wind was almost enough to knock … Continue reading

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Mykonos at Night

This was the view from our hotel room’s veranda at night. Not too bad. I took a series of 30-second exposures of Scorpio that I’m going to be merging into one picture, once I figure out how to make it … Continue reading

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Red pot

Another one from Hysternia. No long-winded explications. Just enjoy the scene.

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Hysternia, Tinos, Greece

Anne and I spent a gorgeous, windy weekend on the Cycladic island of Tinos. At about the midpoint of the island, on the western coastline, is the picturesque village of Hysternia, perched on the mountain, a couple thousand feet nearly … Continue reading

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