Weekly Photo Challenge: Symbol

Santorini

Santorini

I just returned from vacation in Santorini (Greece) and I thought the blue domes are quite symbolic. Among all , this is probably the most photographed one and we stayed right beside it, literally! I don’t even need to use my zoom πŸ™‚

My entryΒ for Weekly Photo Challenge: Symbol

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30 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Symbol

    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hi Adhika! My vacation style (lots of walking/hiking) means that I ended up more exhausted than working πŸ™‚ I returned just before the recent Greece crisis and I wonder whether it is tourist-friendly now. Regardless, the Aegean Sea should still be beautiful!

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      1. Adhika

        Same here. I spent most of my vacation hiking in nature. Sometimes I wonder why I couldn’t just get 2 nights in an expensive resort for the holiday.

        I was concerned with the situation in there when I saw your post. I am glad it was all good! πŸ˜€

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  2. Amy

    This is the best Santorini image I have ever seen, Jeremy! Perfect angle and beautiful colors you’ve captured. Great take on, as always. We have spent a week in Banff last week, flying back today. πŸ™‚

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  4. Ruta Travels

    Hi Jeremy – the city looks so pretty! Do rich people live there or this is just a view of the well preserved houses and the poor ones are out of the sight?
    – Ruta

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    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hi, Ruta! This is the touristy part of the island and most of these white cave houses are for tourists. Perhaps a few villas belong to the rich but I doubt that they live there throughout the year. The average people (mostly in the tourism industry) live further inland, I suppose.

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