train cemetery

Trains always fascinated me and many others I suppose. Perhaps it’s because we had no trains where I grew up, so any time we happened to come across one travelling alongside us in the highway, I would be ecstatic. Perhaps it’s because they still have … Click to read moretrain cemetery

byzantine watermills

Just a 5 minute car ride from my house, lies one of Thessaloniki’s treasures that few people even know about. It is the archeological park of byzantine watermills in the area of Polichni. In the past people would come here for small getaways, as the … Click to read morebyzantine watermills

pasha’s gardens

Some say this is the most mysterious place in Thessaloniki. Its mystical aura is the city’s biggest puzzle and its beauty and charm are undeniable. Just behind St. Demetrios hospital there is a green park, unknown to most. The park has been given the name “pasha’s … Click to read morepasha’s gardens

zenosyne

Zenosyne: The Sense That Time Keeps Going Faster I really liked this strange word and its meaning to accompany my newest image. My husband has this beautiful collection of pocket watches and I wanted to use them in a creative way. In the past I … Click to read morezenosyne

naiad

In Greek mythology, the Naiads (Ancient Greek: Ναϊάδες) were a type of water nymph (female spirit) who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water. This one was taken a year ago, while I was driving to my village to … Click to read morenaiad

the mill

The Kythera series is slowly (and painfully) coming to an end. The same day I was exploring the bridge of Katouni, I set to discover a way to reach an old english school I had read about, the school of Milapidea. After locating it from … Click to read morethe mill

one hundred years

It has been a while! Well, over a month actually! I’ve been focusing on my master’s thesis a lot, and I am trying to force myself not to think about photography, because I don’t have the time for it, but it is hard not to! … Click to read moreone hundred years

farewell

Happy new year everyone! In my last post I made a quick resume of 2014, as a way to say goodbye to the year that passed. For the first picture of 2015, I chose one that I took during my summer holidays at the beach. It … Click to read morefarewell