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chloris

Chloris was a nymph in Greek mythology. She was associated with spring, flowers and new growth and believed to have dwelt in the Elysian Fields. She was abducted by Zephyrus, the god of the west wind, who transformed her into a deity known as Flora, after they were married. Together, they had a son, named Karpos (which is the greek word for fruit). … Click to read morechloris

birthday giveaway

This year I am doing a print giveaway on Instagram to celebrate both my birthday and the completion of the “unseen Thessaloniki” series! One of you will win a small limited edition print from the series (30x30cm). Go to my instagram profile to find out … Click to read morebirthday giveaway

Delasalle grove

Many years before the villas of the countryside district, there was another area of Thessaloniki that was famous for its luxurious mansions and wealthy residents. That place was Urendjick, which in turkish means “little paradise”, and today it’s called Retziki or Pefka. That is where what’s … Click to read moreDelasalle grove

zeitenlik

  zeitenlik, which means “olive grove” in turkish, lies near Lagada st. about 1.5 km north of Vardaris square. It is the biggest military necropolis in Greece since the end of WWI. Here are buried more than twenty thousand soldiers from the Entente forces, French, … Click to read morezeitenlik

Happy new year!

I wish you all a happy new year, filled with inspiration, imagination and creativity! 

lake Koroneia

I first tried to photograph this lake a few years ago. I knew it had completely dried out and I wanted to capture the size of this catastrophe. Since I didn’t know exactly how to get there, I headed to the village of Agios Vasileios, … Click to read morelake Koroneia