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Staring over the Aegean Sea –> Idea: Photography


Staring over the Aegean Sea standing next to a small church. On the edge of a cliff in Greece.

On a quick shooting with my brother, trying to capture the simplicity but beauty of the landscape. This is taken on the edge of a cliff right next to the Aegean sea. These small churches appear very often in Greece (usually in places where car accidents happened, but not only).

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Who am I? Passionate for capturing little moments of daily life, a diary of my journey called life. This blog ''explores everyday life'', so therefore you will find topics such as photography, travelling, food and drinks, living, gardening, entertainment, decoration and much more. Meet me on my blog and other accounts for more info!

3 thoughts on “Staring over the Aegean Sea –> Idea: Photography

  1. Lovely! By the way, when you mean small church, do you mean the white structure you are putting your hand on?


  2. Greece seems fantastic!


  3. Hi there!
    Sliced Science: Yes, I do mean that… It’s not exactly a small church, more like the small box that at least Orthodox people put above the graves with Christianic pictures and candles. It is just called ”small church” and it is usually built where people had accidents and died or if they survived and want to be thankful that life gave them another chance 🙂 This one is a very simple one, but usually they look like church miniatures.

    Sofia: Yes it is! Of course depends where you go! But at least my homecity is not that touristic yet so I can enjoy landscape and quality holiday time! 😀


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