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Crete 2010 #8 Pitsidia - Chapel

Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 22 January 2011 in Architecture and Portfolio.

In April 2010 I made a photo-trip to Crete. The main goal was surching and documenting the wild orchids and endimic flora of the Island. I already posted some of the species back in april (all images posted between 23/04/2010 and 15/05/2010).
In this series I will be posting mainly cityscapes and landscapes taken on the island during that trip.
For me it is a good occasion to review my images and select only the best and most representative ones from this trip.

Image: Pitsidia (Crete) - 07/04/2010

Canon EOS 400D 1/800 second F/9.0 ISO 200 10 mm

© Johan Dierckx

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All species are photographed in their natural habitat, without cutting or capturing them, and with maximal respect and the least possible disturbance to the environment.

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Tim freh from Great United City of Moresnet, Belgium

Very nice spot! I really like it.

22 Jan 2011 3:46pm

@Tim freh: The weather was not realy good that day. We had some rain and it was very windy, but the view to the see was realy nice. Thanks for your visit and comment, Tim.

Don Levesque from Saint John, Canada

Amazing sky! A beautiful spot with an amazing view! Well done!

22 Jan 2011 5:20pm

@Don Levesque: The sky is far more interesting when not completely blue ... but I wished a little more sunlight and less wind that day ... :-))) We can't have it all in life ... Thanks for your comment, Don.

Canon EOS 400D
1/800 second
ISO 200
10 mm