Mt. Parnitha is the highest on the peninsula of Attica, with an altitude of 1,413 m. It is the only National Park near Athens and is one of the protected areas of Natura 2000 network. Fog is common here and always welcome.
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I’m starting a new chapter in my blog, called ‘Τhe loners’. As the name indicates, it will include many of my pictures, which are not part of any project. The first picture is from Plastiras lake during a cold autumn evening. Plastiras lake on an autumn day. A beautiful place that lies in the centre […]
Clean face. Her name is Christiana Vasiliadou and she is my second female entry for my PIL project. Half. | Half en face. Christiana from above. In her own words, she is a person who cannot stay stagnant but always tries to gain knowledge and perspective in multiple sectors. Team spirit, […]
Athens Flying Week Seven years ago, Athens Flying Week was born. Here are some pictures I took during the 3rd AFW: A Greek F-16 is flying above the Acropolis. A Greek F-16 is shooting flares. | A Greek F-16 is diving. A Greek F-16 just a few feet higher than sea level. […]
I suppose that, for many people, music is a great love and concerts are the mistresses. That is definitely the case for me. At the end of last October, I visited The Crow Club in Athens to enjoy one of my favourite bands: Beggars. Beggars is currently one of the most dynamic rock bands in […]