This picture was taken on Friday afternoon at Rhodes airport arrivals. October is the last month of the summer season here, direct flights from Europe and further start to dwindle as the last few visitors come across to enjoy the glorious weather at this time of year.
With a few clouds in the sky, warm sunny days and cool evenings it amazes me how few people visit in Autumn. The sea is still warm from the months of intensive summer heat and the beaches are quiet. read more
A feisty young Greek girl defies the ruling Ottoman Pasha by refusing to marry him. She flees his capture, escaping into the rugged mountains of Crete where dressed as a man she joins with rebels to overthrow Ottoman rule. This is the historical back drop to...
Sometimes there are moments that are captured on camera that really tell story. I regularly see this man driving his handmade contraption around the village roads and in the hills. Often his wife is sat by his side, they are always smiling and greet everyone with a wave as they pass.
It's not a perfect picture. The light and shade were all wrong. For me though it's the story that it tells. read more
Tuesday September 27th is UN World Tourism day promoting responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism around the world.
Greece is not renowned for it's accessibility, with 227 inhabited islands most of which can only be reached by ferry. Their inaccassability is part of their charm and one of the reasons that many have managed to remain unspoilt during the sweep of cheap mass tourism that spread across southern Europe. read more