Sunday, January 27, 2013

Mykonos, Greece 3

Mykonos, Greece 3

I saw a man sitting by a small table having a cigarette. He looked up at me just as I took the photo, but he didn't seem to mind. When I took the second photo of him, he looked at someone else who was walking by. I nodded and smiled at him to signal thanks for the photo and he smiled back. I don't think he was a tourist, but a local who had been out to a store to make a purchase.

In Mykonos, we wandered through winding streets that seem to go everywhere. Apparently they had been designed that way to fool invaders and pirates. You can see a few of them in the images I uploaded this morning. Like most places we travelled in Europe, there were "caf├ęs" wherever they could fit a chair or two. This was true, even in the narrow streets on this Greek island.

Like in most places, I made photographs through shop windows. I guess you can say I was "window shopping". I've uploaded a few images of the colourful items for sale.

Today's Newfoundland and Labrador Link of the day shows the panels of a quilt dedicated to Women in the Fishery. It was created by a class in Riverhead, St. Mary's Bay and now hangs at the museum in St. Vincents on the Southern Avalon along the Irish Loop.

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