The Great Walls of Kythera Book Project:
Kythera has some extraordinary walls, and good pictures of them would make a fascinating book. If you have some wonderful Kytherian wall pictures then submit them to this category. In 2011 we'll select the best of them to go into a book. Anyone whose picture appears in the book will get 3 free copies and of course be named as the author.
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 19.12.2010
by Wilma Allex
By Wilma Allex
Picture by Wilma Allex
submitted by Erin Comino on 17.12.2010
The old with the new...ancient walls with new growth. Love the contrast. The coulours and textures were amazing.
I am fairly sure this photo was taken as my friend and I wandered through the backstreets of Hora. I love the colours of the wreath standing out so beautifully against the aging white plaster.
Looking between two quintessentially Greek white walls in Hora.
My friend Vicki standing at Hora castle looking out to Aphrodite's Egg.
submitted by Arthur Georgopoulos on 13.12.2010
This what is left of my Great grandmothers house on the outskirts of Karavas
submitted by Tania Cassimatis on 13.12.2010
This place was just amazing, it was history at it best. I could not believe just how small this door way was into this church, The story about this historical site gave me goosebumps.
A random visit to a house where the owner had left behind there very dusty shoes. In the village of Keromitianika.
Visiting family first time ever. Just outside their gate is the longest man-made tunnel, this was an emotional time as I was seeing for the first time where my Grandfather Emmanual Cassimatis spent his childhood before the long journey to Australia
submitted by Tania Cassimatis on 12.12.2010
A loveable photo, randomly taken on the way back to Potamos.
Breathtaking views as the sunsets on a late September evening. Feeling almost on top of the world, My dear friend Maxine proudly showing me the way, the best host anyone could wish for. Thank You.
submitted by Albert Blok on 26.11.2010
The Germanika near cape Trachilos
submitted by Caroline Rijlaarsdam-Klaassen on 31.01.2011
These walls make such a beautiful pattern
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 04.01.2011
A photo by Charles Comino of his wife Robin take on the edge of Mylopotamos.
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 17.11.2010
Wall of a house in Agia Pelagia.
submitted by Albert Blok on 16.11.2010
Arch in old building at Agios Demetrios
Windowframe old building at Agios Demetrios
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