Posts Tagged: Crete

One/11

Another of my Greek images from the 1980s. This time from a walk down the length of the Samaria gorge on Crete… I leapt over stepping stones, camera in hand, in order not to miss this shot….those were the days!

One/11

Another of my Greek images from the 1980s. This time from a walk down the length of the Samaria gorge on Crete… I leapt over stepping stones, camera in hand, in order not to miss this shot….those were the days!

One/10

Another solitary soul in a landscape, seen on the island of Crete in the 1980s:

One/10

Another solitary soul in a landscape, seen on the island of Crete in the 1980s:

One/9

Continuing my theme of a solitary person in the frame – this time we’re on the island of Crete, Greece, several decades ago. A woman on a very heavily laden donkey:

One/9

Continuing my theme of a solitary person in the frame – this time we’re on the island of Crete, Greece, several decades ago. A woman on a very heavily laden donkey:

A Word a Week Challenge: Herd (of Water Buffalo, and of Goats)

Another challenge over at Sue Llewellyn’s blog, a Word in Your Ear, entitled A Word a Week. And this week the dictionary fell open at herd. So one I couldn’t resist, because where else am I going to post an

A Word a Week Challenge: Herd (of Water Buffalo, and of Goats)

Another challenge over at Sue Llewellyn’s blog, a Word in Your Ear, entitled A Word a Week. And this week the dictionary fell open at herd. So one I couldn’t resist, because where else am I going to post an

Black and White Photo Challenge : Windows and Doors

Sonel’s Black and White Photo challenge this week is Windows and Doors. Sadly, this is the last of these photo challenges, which I have thoroughly enjoyed, but I fully understand the reasons for her discontinuing. So for this post, I

Black and White Photo Challenge : Windows and Doors

Sonel’s Black and White Photo challenge this week is Windows and Doors. Sadly, this is the last of these photo challenges, which I have thoroughly enjoyed, but I fully understand the reasons for her discontinuing. So for this post, I

Pantoum

In response to today’s prompt over at d’Verse, here is a Pantoum I wrote a while back, prompted by a photograph taken many years ago in a valley on Crete. The Priests in the Valley The chapel sits hard against

Pantoum

In response to today’s prompt over at d’Verse, here is a Pantoum I wrote a while back, prompted by a photograph taken many years ago in a valley on Crete. The Priests in the Valley The chapel sits hard against