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I dreamed of Greece through the eyes of my favourite movie "Before Midnight " If Love can be experienced through the reality of taking a morning walk along the old byzantine Chapel , being present and surrendering to the experience of the Sunset in the dock and the beginning of a new realisation and opening when the moon shines high and the tiny lights over the mountains sparkle upon your solace! How beautiful it is to experience and open out to a place , its architecture, history and vibes!It unfolds life for you, so does the dream of Greece grows more...
This was one of my favourite towns I visited when we went to Greece. Every little alley way and door opening was a painting just waiting to happen. I took over 2000 photos of Greece, I have endless inspiration to keep me busy until we can all travel again. I have so many happy memories here, sitting at those tables watching the sunset with my husband and two daughters.
Whenever I see a picture of those striking blue and white buildings kissed with the occasional bougainvillea, I get lost in a daydream. If I ever get to venture across the pond again, I hope Greece will be my destination.
All these couples in traditional costumes represent just some of the many ethnic groups that make up Myanmar (Burma), as it has land borders with India, Bangladesh,China, Thailand, Laos. The main ethnic groups living in the seven states of Burma are the Karen, Shan, Mon, Chin, Kachin, Rakhine, and Karenni, although there are over 130 groups. Just recently after the military coup, many ethnic groups are now united and taking a stand against the brutal military dictatorship.
I had so much fun drawing the map of Venice with pictures and statues of cats and lions that I decided to make one dedicated to beautiful Greece (I hope to see these statues in person someday). Curiosity: one of the lions of Delos is now in the Venice Arsenal!
As a child growing up in Athens, Greece my parents would often take me to the villages in the surrounding countryside to experience a simple and ancient way of life. Harvesting olives in Kalamata was one of those things. The villagers all gathered in various orchards and shake the trees, olives rain down on sheets spread beneath them. The children would climb to the highest limbs bouncing up an down to release the ripe fruit which would be turned into oil for food and light, and cured for adding to various dishes and salads. It is one of my favorite memories.