Saturday Snapshots #161

CorfuBoat © J Horak-Druiff 2013


Boat reflections, Corfu, Greece – September 2011

 I expected Greece to be beautiful – but I never realised just how easy it would be to point your camera in a random direction and capture something lovely in the viewfinder.  From ther aquamarine seawater washing over the white pebble beaches; to the gnarled trunks and silver-grey leaves of the abundant olive trees; to the bunches of cerise bougainvilla flowers cascading over garden walls; to the colourful reflections on the almost viscous, calm water of the Mediterranean.  Everywhere I looked there was something to catch my eye – like this pleasure boat, moving through the calm sea preceded by its own reflection.  Click here to read more about my impressions of lovely Corfu in words and pictures.


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  1. says

    I love it when you can just point your camera any direction and take a photo. My trip to the Drakensberg was like that. Looking at the photos so far I have to agree that Greece is such a place.