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Photography from the Streets of Athens Greece

Well, I think it’s time for a closure… The last photo post about this year’s Euro Trip is here! What’s the first thing about Athens that comes on my mind? – TEMPERATURE! It was 109F (43C)! Sorry, I can’t say I enjoyed the street photography in Athens. But, no worries, I got a few cool shots to share [wink]. Most …

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Acropolis of Athens, Greece

As in the first photo post from my trip to the Acropolis of Athens, The Land of Gods and Goddesses, to help our imagination, I start this article with the images of reconstructed Acropolis. These two are done by graphic designers of the movie Hercules. The Acropolis of Athens in Greece is the complex of temples located on an extremely …

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Acrolopolis of Athens- The Land of Gods and Goddesses

I have to start this photo post with the image of the ‘Idealized reconstruction of the Acropolis and Areios Pagos in Athens’ painting by Leo von Klenze (1846). It helps to visualize The Acropolis at its Golden Age. The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel located on an extremely rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the …

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Sunset in Oia. Santorini, Greece

Happy Birthday, Dad! Oia or Ia is considered the oldest settlement on the Santorini island. A small town, previously known as Apano Meria (“upper side”), typifies the white-painted houses of the Cyclades, in many cases built directly into niches which are cave houses used by crew of the ships, on the lip of the volcanic crater, between which are narrow …

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Santorini - The Most Beautiful One

Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC, forever shaping its rugged landscape. The breathtaking cliffs, clearwater beaches made up of black, red and white lava pebbles, and whitewashed cubiform houses towered by rounded windmills and blue-domed churches of its two principal towns, Fira and …

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Santo MiraMare Beach Resort in Santorini, Greece

This is a not-sponsored hotel review. I was very thankful for the services the resort personnel provided and decided to publish this photo post. This year, my plan for the EuroTrip to Santorini, Greece was to settle down in an all-inclusive resort close to the sea and spend most of the time meditating on a beach. Santo Miramare Luxury Resort …

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The Views and The Wind. Santorini, Greece

We’re back to my favorite subjects of people watching and street photography. Today’s photo reportage is from Fira, Santorini Island, Greece. Fira is the modern Capital of Santorini that derives its name from an alternative pronunciation of “Thíra”, the ancient name of the island itself. Fira is built on the edge of the 400 meters (1,312 feet) high caldera. Access …

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Street Photography. Acropolis, Greece

No, this post has nothing in common with the famous erotic odyssey of a good-looking German girl [wink and smile]. However, that’s what I had said when decided to go for my next EuroTrip to Greece. For many years, I’ve been postponing my travel to Hellenic Republic by prioritizing other countries and places around the World higher than Land of …

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A Street Vendor. Hanoi, Vietnam

I continue the Celebration of the Memographer.com’s 5-Year Anniversary with the series of my favorite street photography captures. It would be no Travel Photo Journal without these living street photography memos. Life is Life! Click on image to view full size. gmeanm3r

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Thailand. The Land of 1000 Smiles

World. Countries. Cities. Streets. People. Faces. Eyes. Souls. Street Portrait Photography. We continue celebrating the 5th Anniversary of Memographer.com Click on image to view full size. gmeanm3r

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Mystery of Easter Island

Today, July 14th, is Memographer.com’s anniversary day. Five years ago, I launched WordPress version of my Travel Photo Journal. It was amazing five years of happy travels around the world, meeting beautiful people, and having great times. I had visited Southeast Asia, Europe, North and South Americas. I am very thankful for these five years of my life and would …

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Swedish Magazine Kombi

The Swedish Magazine Kombi has published the series of my photos from the Old Car City USA (pages 18, 19 and 2). Thanks, Kombi! If you have missed the Old Car City USA photo posts, follow this link. Click on image to view full size. gmeanm3r

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