Santorini

I am unable to get myself to write (type) a post in the last few weeks. It is one of those phases where nothing inspires.

And that’s when Santorini comes to the rescue. Because Santorini is best described in pictures. My only regret was that I forgot to take my camera on two outings, importantly the Oia sunset, so had to get by with the phone cam which was definitely not the best for low lit images.

So here you go:

White & blue, that’s Greece for you.

Greece santorini flagWorth mentioning are the Ouzeris or Greek taverns that serve Ouzo! 

Santorini windmill ouzoFlower power!

sunrise studios santoriniEntering Oia

Santorini oia blueJust like in the movies. No, not just the Greek Gods. Everything else as well.

Santorini oia donkey

Dream Wedding! If you get around to having enough money for one, then you may want to hire this fellow blogger-photographer

Greek wedding santorini

The Oia sunset. Oh yeah!

Greek Oia sunset windmill

Greece oia church sunsetWhile Oia is known for its sunsets, I found the one from another point at Thira just as beautiful and far from the madding crowd.

Imerovigli sunsetSantorini nights. Where yet another story unfolds.

Oia sunset white blue house

Santorini beach

 

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Categories: Greece, Travelogue | Tags: , , , , , | 6 Comments

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6 thoughts on “Santorini

  1. lesvoyagesdumonde

    Gorgeous photos! Santorini looks absolutely breathtaking…

  2. I totally know what it feels like to be staring at a keyboard, avoiding making eye contact with a stupid blank screen. Picture postcards work beautifully too 🙂 These pictures are especially gorgeous! Hope you had an amazing time.

    • Haha precisely what happened to me! Thanks again; went at an awfully hot time but was nevertheless stunning 🙂

  3. beautiful 🙂

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