img_4850In the Greek island of Santorini, low-lying and colorful cubical buildings cling on the side of the remnant of a volcanic caldera hundreds of feet above sea level providing an unobstructed view of the Aegean Sea.  The island also boasts of  its beautiful sunsets and due to the layout of the buildings, you get a front seat view of the sunset anywhere you sit. Tourism is the island’s major industry and it has been ranked as the world’s top island by travel magazines and websites. When I visited this island more than a year ago, I exhaustingly maneuvered myself for hours through narrow alleys with sharp turns and steep climbs in order to truly experience the essence of this ancient municipality. Unfortunately, my feet started killing me way before sunset so I decided to head back to my cruise ship and skipped the chance to witness one of the world’s most beautiful sunsets. I guess I now have a good reason to revisit Santorini in the near future so I can finally photograph its famous sunset.

16 Comments on “LIVIN’ ON THE EDGE

    • Thank you! In photography, certain angles can provide an illusion of vastness and at times a sense of coziness. Still learning new techniques and hopefully come up with more unique captures. Thank you for dropping by and for the nice comments. Hope you visit again soon.


    • Thank you. It is indeed a magical place and I hope to revisit it and probably stay longer. Glad you liked my photo and hope you visit my page again soon.

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  1. What a lovely picture! I´ve been once to Santorini and it was fantastic! Your shot conjures up many nice memories – thank you! Have a great sunday! Sarah 🙂



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