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Top 5 beaches in Crete, Greece

Hi there! I want to share with you from my point of view the five most unique beaches in Crete island of Greece.5. On the 5th place is Matala. Matala beach is located 70 km southwest of Heraklion. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Crete and certainly the most famous beach of Heraklion. It is famous for the carved caves in the rocks and the hippies of the ‘70s. The bay is a beautiful long sandy beach, 300m long, with fine gravel and crystal clear water.        ... continue reading

My Travel Through Greece

Hey Everyone.first of all let me tell you a little bit about my self, i am the House photographer for United Nation Indonesia and i travel a lot, I've been to over 90+ countries and i love to document Culture, People and LandscapeHere are some photograph that i took in Greece, Enjoy. Santorini during Golden hour Oia windmill Santorini During Blue Hour Church of panagia paraportiani View of Acropolis from the Philopappos Hill Meteora Meteora... continue reading

Top Beaches of The Greek Islands

Top Beaches of The Greek IslandsGreece is a place of stunning natural beauty. But above all, it hosts some of the most beautiful beaches of the world. Check out some of them.Balos Lagoon, Crete   One of Crete’s most beautiful beaches. This is arguably the most photographed natural wonder in all of Greece. Shallow waters of this lagoon place with a stunning vista created by an outcropping of rock that is surrounded by pink sand and blue, turquoise water. A true Caribbean paradise!... continue reading

More pictures of Santorini

I was told they sell really well to travel agencies!I checked the file archive again.And found some good photos.More sea, more sun.More holiday fun! continue reading

Lipsi, Photography and Me

Back in the Seventies and Eighties I used to be a professional press photographer -mainly concentrating on politicians and other public figures (many of which now feature in my portfolio here). Eventually, I changed careers and moved on from photography -even selling my set of film cameras (two Olympus OM1 SLRs and a medium format Mamiyaflex).Moving forward to the 2000s saw me start to visit small Greek islands where my photography was just limited to holiday snaps using a one-use disposable film... continue reading

"Athens Faces" / A portrait of Athens through its people's portraits

"Athens Faces'' is an ongoing photojournalistic project in an effort to construct a census of the city of Athens, Greece through random (and not only) people's street portraits...With this project I am presenting ordinary people of Athens and their stories, their everyday lives. Through their funny or heart touching, inspiring, educational or at times absurd tales, I aim to celebrate the beauty, the diversity and the charm of people, their uniqueness and their composite; as well as to boost a greater... continue reading

The beautiful small islands of Greece

Having just returned from a wonderful two week holiday on the small Greek island of Paxos (images coming soon) I thought I would share some images from the various islands I have visited and photographed over the last few years.What is it that draws me to these islands?Certainly the hot and sunny Mediterranean weather appeals to me -such a contrast to the often cold and wet climate we have here in the UK. That said, this year I arrived in the middle of a violent storm so severe that our plane... continue reading

Anti Riot Police

Lately with the protests in many parts of the world, we see no respect from the governments to their own people, excess of force & aggression are being practiced by their armed "Anti-Riot" Police, not to mention those who send their killing army forces...Isn't there any respect for democracy & human rights anymore!?!Unfortunately it seems not! :(My question to both sides, whom you are trying to hurt?! Are you enemies?!At the same time I don't understand those "... continue reading

Southern Europe - dramatic but oh so beautiful

One hears a lot of talk these days about Southern Europe: Greece, Spain, Italy. Unfortunately most of this talk is rather negative, it's almost always about the dramatic economic situation these countries are in.I just wanted to remind you all that there's more to them than a troubled economy... they're simply amazingly beautiful!It's even hard to understand how such beautiful countries can be in such dire straits, with all the tourists that they draw in.I... continue reading

Keyword caution

I sold an image todayand decided to check other images in a similar vein, namely those related tothe crisis in the Eurozone and in Greece where there is voting tonight on the bail out terms and conditions.With keywords euro mouse trap 73 images appearedWith keywords euro mousetrap 103 images appeared and perversely in my view using keywords euro trap mouse mousetrap only 59 images appeared.My view is that it is sensible to check the major keywords;clearly mousetrap as one word has a... continue reading

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