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BEAUTY AROUND US / PART #0006 / POLAND

The trip to Poland was a short photo trip. However, it was a memorable one, in many respects.   WARSAW The first surprise came with the city of Warsaw.     Spotless, beautiful, with the air of the Russian shadow, as one would expect, but not in such a great degree as I had imagined. […]

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BEAUTY AROUND US / PART #0005 / CITIES / ITALY – ROME

  What could anybody write about this city, which hasn’t been already said?   Fontana di Trevi | Multiple exposures | ISO 100 Piazza di Spagna | f22 | 20″ | ISO 100   Loaded with thousands of years of history, perhaps it’s got a lot in common with my own city, Athens, but it’s […]

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LISTS – THE PHOTOGRAPHERS – VOL.1

I’m a list lover.   I’ve got lists of everything:   my shopping / the lenses and cameras I want to buy / the songs I like / the places I have photographed, the places I want to shoot, even the places I don’t care to shoot / the places I dream of visiting one day / the presents I […]

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Beauty around us / Part #0004 / Cities / Cuba – Havana

  Exactly six years ago today, I was in the magical city of Havana. Another dream of mine came true. Blue and the cloud | f4 | 1/2000 | ISO 400   All the books I had read , all the films that I had seen and many of the heroes that I admire (Che, Ernest, Fidel) had loved this […]

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National Geographic Magazine

In late 1998 I was a young  photographer trying to make my way in Athens. My work had already been published in a few magazines, when one day I read a short article in a newspaper about Paleochora in Aegina. I didn’t have much success in gathering more information (google was still marked “Beta“!) and my […]

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