I liked the contrast of the dome and triangular pediment along with the pairing of crosses. I really felt this needed to be in black and white to accentuate the shapes rather than any colour.
the little church of Agios NIikolakis or St Nicolas on the waterfront of Mykonos is a beautifully proportioned almost miniature church.
Windmills and Sails
I managed to capture this photo while the Windstar luxury cruise yacht had it's sails up which of course gave a nice distant background to the old windmills on the shore.
Windmills of Mykonos
The windmills of Mykonos were built in the 16th century by the Venetians to mill wheat and corn. I loved the line of windmills along the headlands as they look out to sea.
Little red door
I love the stark contrast of the little red door of this little white church.
I'm a sucker for old peeling paint so I'm always happy to see some neglected old painted wood
I love the shade of blue that is common around the island of mykonos.
I like the giraffe cobbled alleys of Mykonos
The five Churches of Panagia Paraportiani are built adjacent or on top of one another. Different shapes are united by the same white colour giving a consistancy to the buildings that come from different centuries. I liked the way the two walls either side in the foreground could not be more different to each other
With the heat and the dry, succulents are really the only greenery to grow in abundance here.
Arches and domes
Looking at this shot it could be in any number of places but I just like the colours and shapes.
I really liked the red on this church and the way it is seeping down the walls staining them with streaks of red
The cats of Greece are famous for being, well just being the cats of Greece. I thought this guy looked so handsome against the green door that he deserved to be part of my album.