Wednesday, August 10, 2011

a small chronicle in pictures

hibernating blogwise-the computer seems to be in a good mood today, it let me upload the cellpics
I've been travelling, storytelling
a storytelling spot on mt.Pelion, home of the centaurs. Built by the Ottomans, used by everyone to access water

coming down from the mountain a ferry took me across
tsipouro, meze and music on Pelion, after the Odyssey. what you can't see in this picture is the sea- astounding view
the same village, on mt Pelion
this is Syros, the port of Ermoupoli, once capital of Greece
a lot of sea travel when touring in Greece
On Crete, Psiloretes, called also mt Ida, birthplace of Zeus.
rusty pump in Amari, Crete
I did tell the Odyssey here, it is in Gerakari, Crete. the best audience I've ever met.
cushions in the school at Amari, the school is not in use
a pile of saints in the same school, and a cloth in need of mending. I did consider nicking that cloth, but only for a moment
marble beast on the church at Agios Georgios, on Pelion
what is this lady doing on the wall of the church, on a mountain??
ripple weaving at sunset at Chania, Crete

turbulence in the port at Syros


grace Forrest~Maestas said...

the water in your sea is elixir
to's color, it's surface
so...storytelling has held you close.

deanna7trees said...

just loved your photos. that last one is amazing.

liniecat said...

Whatever happened to the strips you wove together for China...........fab piccies here by the way lol

Valerianna said...

Lovely journey.. love the rusty pump!

Sweetpea said...

Have thought of you often during the turmoil in Greece, wondered if you & yours were ok...happy to see your post here tonight. Went a'wandering in all these pix...and how I wish I could float in that blue, blue sea...

jude said...

so that's where you've been, i was worried.

handstories said...

so glad to see you're back, and well, and full of beauty to share.

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