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42°C

It’s summer in Greece. The weather’s a killer, but the sights are still ridiculously great.

Athens -> Corinth Canal -> Mycenae -> Nafplion -> Olympia

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Stopover at the Acropolis before leaving Athens for Olympia.

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Am in love with the street flora in this country. They’re simple, hardy, and lovely.

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Left the hotel without realizing that I was dressed in Greek colors.

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Greece.

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The Parthenon. Greece is filled with gorgeous architecture.

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Cats. Like dogs, they’re also everywhere in Greece. So much love.

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Hello, puppy.

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Street life: man selling his sketches.

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Easily the highlight of the day: the 42 degrees celsius burning weather.

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Feeling small.

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Mycenae. Vast expanse – Greece’s common feature.

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Mousaka. Eggplant in cheesy splendor.

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On the streets, in a small town before driving on to Olympia.

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Tour: spending many hours on the bus.

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We got to Olympia.

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Ending the night: exploring the town in Olympia.

The views are going to become even more amazing.

Happy Source: Holiday, Greece

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2 comments on “42°C

  1. Joanna
    August 23, 2012

    Hi,

    I’ve been following your blog for a while now. I’m curious, what cameras do you use to shoot your photos? They look lovely, some even looked as if they’re panoramic. Sorry, if this seems like a silly question.

    Thanks (:

    • janeconfessions
      August 23, 2012

      Hey Joanna,

      Not a silly question at all! Most of the photos that appear on the blog are taken with my iPhone 4. The panoramic ones you’re referring to are taken with an app – 360. It takes great panoramic shots 🙂

      I also shoot with my LC Wide, an analogue camera from Lomography. So some of the pictures you see may be on film!

      Thanks for following my blog! Hope you continue to enjoy it 🙂

      Cheers,
      Ann

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