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January 30 2011

January 29 2011

November 14 2010

Heaven on earth

I'm so thankful there are still places like this

I’m so glad there are still places like this, where it’s just me and the rusty bike and the cat and the sea.

November 13 2010

Serenity

Brass

In many ways, being inside this chapel felt a lot like being in the temples in Thailand. Lots of dark, quiet spots to clear one’s head and be tranquil.

November 12 2010

November 11 2010

Autumn colours, Greek style

Wreath

Earth tones all the way. Couldn’t love it more.

November 10 2010

Signs

Supermarket

Baked Bread

There’s something about the signs in Greece that I just love. I think most of them are hand-painted.

November 07 2010

The tiniest chapel ever

The tiniest chapel in the universe

While wandering around Meis this week, I stumbled across this tiny chapel. Photos from the inside coming soon.

November 06 2010

September 10 2010

Autumn Sentry

Autumn Sentry

This photo has always reminded me of autumn. I’m so grateful to the cat for being where he was, when he was. Also, that tree in the background is spooky, which helps.

August 21 2010

Beauty in Decay

Balcony

I just love these old, decaying balconies on Meis. Gentle reminders that everything passes.


Drinks Store

Downstairs: drinks store. Hell yeah.

August 19 2010

Life in the Mediterranean

Sea turtle, diving

I was lucky enough to see this sea turtle last week in the water between Kaş and Meis. It’s a bit of an abstract shot, but you get the idea.

Unidentified Swimming Object

There was also this guy, which has now been identified as a shamefaced crab. He’s about 15cm-20cm in diameter. I’d never seen anything like it before.

August 13 2010

June 11 2010

May 29 2010

Greek architecture

Symmetry

I know I’ve said this a million times, but with Meis being only 2km off the coast of Turkey, it’s amazing how everything is so completely different there. Houses like these are of course very Greek, even though the hills you see in the background of the photo are on the Turkish mainland. I love it.

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May 23 2010

May 19 2010

May 18 2010

May 17 2010

Back from Meis

Nice day for a swim

Wonderful trip over the weekend to our nearest Greek Island. It’s amazing how different the water looks there, even though it’s only two kilometres off the Turkish coast.

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