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11309:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 13.09.2006

potamos markets.

sunday markets at potamos trying to sell their wares to locals and visitors.

9953:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Kristina Williamson on 11.02.2013

Andreas and his mother (from Mitata) pick olives from their grove in Paleopoli

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

9879:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Kristina Williamson on 11.02.2013

Panayiotis Roussos hand making pottery

The Roussos family of Kato Livadi has been making beautiful hand made and hand painted pottery for generations. The entire Roussos family work together to create a wide selection of pieces which can be purchased at their studio in Kato Livadi or at their showroom in Hora.

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, ...

9871:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Kristina Williamson on 11.02.2013

Making Tsipura in Aloizianika

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

9864:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Kristina Williamson on 11.02.2013

Picking Olives

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

9860:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Kristina Williamson on 11.02.2013

Making Paximadia at Karvounades Bakery

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

8757:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Woman's Day on 25.12.2005

Mr Spyros Haros rides home after a day's work in the fields...

...carrying a bundle of kindling twigs. 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.

8752:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Woman's Day on 25.12.2005

Traditional farming implements are often preferred to modern equipment.

Here Ioannis and Metaxia Frilingos, Andres Psaltis, and his wife, work with scythes. 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 ...

8751:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Woman's Day on 25.12.2005

Koula Calligeros, with her two nephews, rides home after a day's work.

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.

Here's a look at the island today.

By ...

8750:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Woman's Day on 25.12.2005

Matina Hiraki grinds corn on a grindstone...

...her hamily has used for hundreds of years. 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 ...

8678:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Woman's Day on 25.12.2005

Mrs Metaxia Frilingos makes fresh mizithra cheese, assisted by Mr Andres Psaltis. 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.

Here's a look at the island today.

By ...

8677:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Woman's Day on 25.12.2005

Fisherman cleaning part of the night's catch. 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.

Here's a look at the island today.

By ...

8542:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Peter Makarthis on 19.11.2005

Olive picker at Perlegianika

Stavroula Magoula 93 years of age with her freshly picked olives and her donkey at Perlegianika October 2005

8182:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 21.09.2005

kapsali fisherman.

just another day for this local fisherman as he repairs the nets for tomorrows fishing trip.

8181:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 21.09.2005

the road house.

one of the petrol stations on the main road of kythera. this one is about 10 years since it opened.

8114:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 12.09.2005

little tractor.

this little tractor doubles up as transport to go to potamas to do the shopping

8099:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 09.09.2005

gkikas supermarket.

gkikas supermarket potamos owned by gkika his wife katarina and son peter services all parts of the island for tourists and locals alike.

8098:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 14.09.2005

grazing.

just another day for this sheep farmer as he takes his sheep and goats for their daily grazing.

6930:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Kostas Kranis on 30.03.2005

Kapsali - Καψάλι

Kapsali - Καψάλι

6922:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Kostas Kranis on 30.03.2005

Fisherman in Kapsali - Ψαράς στο Καψάλι

Fisherman in Kapsali - Ψαράς στο Καψάλι