Posted on November 22, 2015
A trip to Santorini, Greece isn’t complete without witnessing the glorious sunset while sipping a glass of wine in one of the hundreds of restaurants dotting the town’s famous cliffside. Imagine my disappointment during my visit when rolling clouds shrouded the famous sunset. Although after reviewing my photos, I think the clouds may have added some drama to the scenery by diffusing the light from the setting sun creating this colorful canvas of deep blues, purple and gold.
Posted on November 9, 2015
The island of Mykonos in the South Aegean Sea is dotted by these beautiful windmills locally referred to as “Kato Mili”. These windmills were built by the Venetians around the 16th century to mill flour and now serve as home to locals. My cruise around the Mediterranean stopped at Chora, Mykonos where these windmills are located. As soon as we docked I immediately jumped off the ship and found myself walking through a labyrinth of white stone houses towards the opposite end of the island. I took dozens of photos around town as well as of these windmills and this photo happens to be one of my favorite. I wish I was able to stay longer but cruises usually dock for 10-12 hours before heading off to the next destination. Hopefully, time will give me another chance to visit and when that happens I’d definitely stay for a few days to enjoy this beautiful island.
Posted on October 20, 2015
A sunset is one of my favorite photography subjects because the sky showcases its best and richest colors. In this photo, the sky is illuminated with a spectrum of red and gold creating a rich canvas for the setting sun as well as the dark shadows of this cluster of Greek islands. This photograph was taken in the Aegean Sea, aboard the Celebrity Reflection, a few nautical miles from the island of Mykonos where we were docked earlier that day. The ship was already far out at sea so I had to zoom in my lens to capture the sun and the islands in this perspective.