30 thoughts on “1 Shot Wednesday: Santorini”

      1. Not yet Cindy I suppose 1&1/2 thousand miles sounds close in the vastness of America! It is about a 4 hr flight which isn’t too bad, so maybe we will one day if all the airlines don’t go bust.

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  1. I like the perspective of the house looking much larger than the distant cruise ship.
    My memories of Greece are of heat, and blue sea. This reminds me of being at Cape Sounion, and looking out from a high point.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Hi Pete. I like the periwinkle water and the crisp contrasts in color of the buildings, the walk ways, the way the light plays with the colors of doors and alleys and, well, everything. Hope all is well with you, my friend!

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    1. Hi Derrick. Have you been to the Greek Isles? I envy my English blogging buddies for being so close to Europe. I assume “you all” have explored extensively. I don’t recall on your blog posted about your traveling exploits?

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    1. I’m sure you will, John! I’ve been twice, and I’m never disappointed. Just that I leave too soon. I’d like to stay a good couple weeks there. But, there’s other islands I’m itching to explore. Athens around the Parthenon is the heart of it all. Great vibe and food. I’m sure you will love it. Looking forward to your pictures. πŸ™‚

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  2. Looking at the horizon as you can do more effectively in a sea shot one wonders how educatied people can believe in the flat earth theory where a slight curve is clearly visible.

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