Posts Tagged ‘Greece’

Abstract Crete

Saturday, October 25th, 2008

It’s kinda hard to look beyond the sun-lounger beaches, terminally half-complete villas and sleepy tavernas of the Greek island of Crete for photographic inspiration. After a few days of wondering if I would take any photographs while on the island, I dropped any preconceived ideas and just enjoyed the little details…

Samaria Gorge

Friday, October 24th, 2008

What’s your perfect walk? Downhill all the way? Natural spring water breaks every mile? Hot sunshine? Little stone sculptures lining the trails. A cold beer and a dip in the sea followed by a brisk, coast-hugging ferry journey back to the car? You would probably like the Samaria gorge walk then.

Hello Sunshine

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

I was playing with that wonderful overexposed style on these shots – the eternal optimism look. These two folks walked off into the bright sunset to have better than average careers, several attractive children and lived very happily ever after.

Lost Cat

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

I stopped on a meditative wander around the midday sleepy backstreets of a Cretan village to take a few shots of the cats living wild on the edge of a building site and noticed I wasn’t the only observant one…