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Spinaloga Island, Greece

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    1. No need to be jealous! We actually only spent an hour or so on the island, it’s tiny and it takes only an hour to walk around the island slowly in its entirety… I will not deny that the place is stunning though πŸ˜€

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  1. Greece — already on my travel To Do list. Your photos definitely reinforce its placement there! Great blue sky shots and love the one of the boat (ship?) tied up at the dock.

    Nice job Mara!

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    1. Thanks a lot for stopping by πŸ™‚ I’m glad that my photos did Greece justice, it’s indeed a country worth visiting! I’ve only been to Crete actually, not mainland Greece, and to two islands off Crete, Spinaloga being one of them. You might wish to google Spinaloga, if you’re interested, it’s a former leper colony with a fascinating history!

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  2. I love your photos, Mara. Abandoned, not a person in sight. Yet so colourful and full of life – two feelings in all the photos. Great post-processing πŸ˜€

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    1. The pleasure is mine, Mabel πŸ™‚ It’s funny that you noticed the lack of people; naturally there were tourists all around, but I did my best to get shots without them. I’m glad it worked! Ah, sweet memories of my holiday…

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      1. I was actually surprised there weren’t people…you tricked me! πŸ˜‰ But very clever of you to frame your shots that way. Gorgeous views that you will always remember now πŸ™‚

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        1. Good! It’s true that photos of an ugly place remain ugly no matter the post-editing. Spinaloga is not an ugly place. I’d not necessarily go back because it’s a tiny island and I’ve seen all of it. I certainly do recommend visiting though, if you have the occasion!

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