Tag : Greece

A taste of Greece

I have had the good fortune to travel to Greece nine times in the past eight years. The light never ceases to amaze me. The rocks never cease to be hard and plentiful. The textures are woven through every place and at times Greece feels like it is about to come apart at the seams yet the fractured rocks are stuck firmly together. Nafplio and Argos are two of my favorite places—one touristy but on a small scale never filled […]

Exploring the world through the eyes of a fish

I finally broke down and purchased a fish-eye lens and hardly ever want to remove it from my camera body. Using this lens change everything. My view of the world has become wider and a bit more round. The lens is cheap but the results are anything but cheap capturing so much more than ever before. And it does not hurt one bit that I am currently in Greece where the light is perfect, the skies are blue (when it […]