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

the bridge

I finally decided to complete my series from Kythera, where I traveled last September! The bridge in Katouni, Kythera, was built during the island’s British domination and it’s the largest stone bridge ever built in Greece, with a length of 110m, height 15m and width … Click to read morethe bridge

florescence

I am so happy I spent most of my summer running around with my camera, taking pictures. This one was taken while I stayed at my father’s village, up in the mountains, one of my favorite places in this world. One afternoon I took my … Click to read moreflorescence

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

the shipwreck

Time for another picture from Kythera. This one was taken on my last day there. I was driving around exploring parts of the island where I hadn’t been yet, when I arrived at the island’s port, Diak0fti. As I was driving down towards the village, … Click to read morethe shipwreck

tug of war

Tug of war is an ancient game, once included even in the Olympics. For me it’s a memory from childhood, when we used to gather and play. I was looking for a way to symbolize the fights we give with our own self as an … Click to read moretug of war

wasteland

Don’t you ever wish you could just stand still for a moment and let everything go? I sure do and I think everybody should now and then surround themselves with nothing but absolute silence. Let all your thoughts fly away and clear your mind. Life … Click to read morewasteland

condemnation

Time for a new picture! Like the previous one, this is part of my series about how we relate to ourselves, which I have decided to name “foundation”. Soon I will make a new post telling you all about it! I think the theme is … Click to read morecondemnation