Saturday, 20 September 2014

On Holidays! - Ios Island (2nd Part)

Hey everyone! 

  I had a really busy and tough week, studying, sitting some exams and pushing my limits. I couldn't find some spare time to post my 2nd post from the series "On Holidays!", although I was looking forward to it. But, at last, the weekend came and I'm taking some days off! 

  In this part, I am posting some analogue shots while on board. The sea was in turmoil for a great part of our journey, so waves were crashing on our ferry and on the rocks of the islands we were passing by. Despite the dizziness the angry sea brought about, the view on the horizon was amazing. It made me feel like a tiny drop in this ocean of anger, but, in the same time, safe, cause I am trusting Mother Nature. Except for the sea sceneries and the harbours we visited on our way to Ios, I am including some shots from special things on the ferry, like a cute dog and two cute girls from abroad, who caught my attention because they were sitting on the floor, despite the wind, the heavy waterdrops and high salinity.

Thursday, 11 September 2014

On Holidays! - Ios Island/ Apostolos on board (1st Part)

Hey everyone!

  I am publishing the series "On Holidays !", which consists of some of all those beautiful moments that turned this summer into an unforgettable, lovely experience. The series is predicted to include many posts since I had 4 films developed lately, plus one waiting to be finished ! Shots come from Ios Island, from my hometown in Northern Greece and from Bulgaria (took them during the one day trip to Bansko).

  So, in this very first post, I am publishing some shots I took with my dearest friend, Apostolos, on board. Apostolos has been hosted again in my blog, but it's the very first time I am devoting a whole post for him. And there's a reason to do so. As you're gonna notice, he is so irresistibly handsome, but the most important is that, on the same time, he's a very sympathetic and caring human. He loves photography as a mean of self and art expression. In the photos following, we tried to add some emotion, but what mostly aroses in some of them is some kind of nostalgia (that's my perspective).