back to Greece

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It’s been two years since Mitch visited Greece. When I first saw his photos, it was the giant fennel in its native habitat that grabbed all of my attention. With my giant fennel taking its sweet time to bloom, Mitch’s photos may be the closest I get to seeing it in flower.

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Looking at his photos again, I rediscovered all the beauty I initially skimmed over, enough for a mini-travelogue this Monday. It’s so nice to have a compulsive shutterbug in the family. When I visited the Parthenon, did I shlep a camera around? Um, no.

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Got all your shots yet?

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5 Responses to back to Greece

  1. Kris P says:

    So wonderful! I’m still nervous about flying, though, especially overseas.

  2. Elaine says:

    What a gorgeous place. The light is incredible. On the bucket list for some time in the future. One shot down, one still to go.

  3. Denise says:

    @Kris, a lot to keep us nervous still, but I’m trying to look ahead…
    @Elaine, good for you!

  4. Travel, baby steps. Up to Spokane next month to see family. Maybe a California trip before the year is out? But way over the oceans to a foreign land? I wonder when. Until then photos like these are appreciated.

  5. hb says:

    Beautiful photos. Took me away from here for a few moments, away from all worries, to a good place.

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