Enjoy an aperitif or a Koriatikì on the tables of a tavern in Greece is a holiday classic, especially when you can do it by looking at Little Venice at Mikonos. (analog photo 1993)
A deserted road at the southernmost tip of the Mani Peninsula, in the Peloponnese. Grass dried by the summer sun and blue sky, are a characteristic of this solitary place
- Aperture: ƒ/8
- Camera: PENTAX K-m
- Flash fired: no
- ISO: 100
- Shutter speed: 1/350s
Vai beach instead, on the opposite side of the island of Crete compared to Elafonissi, it was already in 1991 full of tourists and equipment to enjoy the seaside holiday.
A little tavern on the beachat Arkoudi, a place near Loutra Killinis in Peloponnese Greece.
From the tables a wonderfull wiew to Zakinto (in the distance), one of the seven ionian islands.
This is a stretch of coast near Kardamìli, a country located in the “middle finger” of the Peloponnese in Greece. The olive trees, along with the plants of the Mediterranean, are the only trees that live in this climate.