Greece is a small country of incredible natural beauty, generous people, and warm hospitality. It is a country with an endless coastline —the largest in the Mediterranean— and thousands of little islands. It is a country drenched in sunlight.
Every time I am here, I can’t help but noticing how different the light in Greece is. It has a different feel to it, and it has bright, vibrant properties. Especially when it reflects off the deep blue sea and the white-washed island houses and churches.
Shooting in Greece means capturing this special light. I find that the photos I take in Greece barely need any adjustments at all. I spent a few days last week on the small, quaint little island of Paros. I took loads of photos and here are a few that I want to share with you all before I head back home next week. I hope that you notice that special Greek island light too!
Blue and White
Small Family Church
Fishermen Boats, Naousa, Paros
Freshly Caught Octopus
Tiny Village by the Sea
Mountain Village Square
Antiparos Island, Little Taverna by the Sea
Cappuccino Freddo (my favorite summer coffee!)
Old Building with Bougainvillea
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