submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 06.09.2007
found this little snake in trifyllianika ,have been told there are no poisonous snakes on the island, but i didnt hang around to find out.
submitted by Stella Yang on 31.07.2007
The typical clouds coming from the west.
Here's one of those noisy tzitzikes.
submitted by Stella Yang on 30.07.2007
The wonderful view from my father's house in Livathi.
submitted by Margaret Tuite on 13.04.2007
Many of these flowers in the pine forest at Gerakari. Anyone know the name?
This photo was taken on the way to the lighthouse. We saw several of these birds, hoopoes, I think.
submitted by Hélène Stratigos on 02.04.2007
A peacefull sunset during the summer
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 15.09.2006
beautiful home in potamos with a lush courtyard cool garden.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 10.09.2006
theo fardoulys of agia pelagia and sydney,with a large cod he caught near ''kaki lagada'
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 07.09.2006
this turtle has made kapsali bay his own, you can see him near the ''mollo'' feeding on the local fishermens scrapes.
submitted by Christos Paxton on 01.09.2006
There are few places on earth like Kaladi
submitted by Christos Paxton on 14.08.2006
Even at the height of summer, one can sit down and experience the tranquility of Diakofti's superlative beach.
submitted by Maria Loupis on 06.07.2006
katsikakia on the way to agia moni
submitted by Kytherian Newsflash on 10.05.2006
submitted by Kristina Williamson on 11.02.2013
This image is part of a photographic documentary series entitled “One Year on Kythera”. “One Year on Kythera” was created by photographer Kristina Williamson, who spent one calender year living on Kythera, documenting the lives of Kytherians today; what aspects of traditional life remain in practice and in what ways the island is changing.
For more information on this project please visit www.oneyearonkythera.com
submitted by Woman's Day on 25.12.2005
...beside a ruined cottage on Kythera, 1976
One of 22 photographs in a supplement on Kythera, in the Woman's Day. August 2, 1976. pp. 20-25.
From this tiny Greek island came 100,000 'new' Aussies.
People of Kythera longed for opportunity so they came to Australia, bringing ways and traditions that were new and interesting to us. They worked hard and grew to love their new country but home-sickness sends some back to visit; some to stay.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 22.09.2005
the beautiful coloured flower of the artichoke(argenares)
this large turtle was often seen swimming in kapsali harbour close to people
a great mornings swim at paliopoli and now a great lunch at sortris at avlemonas.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 21.09.2005
early august is time for figs.here we are preparing for dried figs.
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