Santorini, the Island in White and Blue
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Santorini, the Island in White and Blue

Greece. Santorini in White and Blue

Santorini, the Island in White and Blue

Greece. Santorini in White and Blue

Santorini… It was just a quick stop on the way back to Mykonos from Folegandros.  A few hours that allowed me to get a first glimpse, and far too short to say that I was able to fully get the beauty of what is probably the most famous Greek island.

Santorini… Two simple white chairs facing the deep blue Mediterranean sea. The essence of Greece

I confess that compared to Mykonos and Folegandros the first impression of Santorini was of a far too touristy place for my taste, but the truth is that I only had the chance to explore very little of the island.

Still, a few sights caught my eye for their exceptional beauty. When I accidentally spotted this two lonely white chairs on a terrace overlooking the deep blue Mediterranean sea, I thought that this was an image epitomising the essence of Greece.

 

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Travel addict and passionate about photography, Simon Falvo started Wild About Travel back in 2009. Leveraging her strong PR background, she developed an extensive knowledge of Digital Communications and Social Media Marketing. Besides travel writing SImon holds workshops and trainings, she collaborated with tourism boards for digital marketing campaigns and participated as a speaker at several events.

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7 Comments
  • Folegandros, Far from the Crowds the Best of Greek Life
    Posted at 11:48h, 24 October Reply

    […] less touristy than the fashionable and trendy Mykonos and Santorini, the island of Folegandros has largely kept its authenticity. People chatting on the threshold of […]

  • Kathryn
    Posted at 20:22h, 01 November Reply

    Oh to be sitting there right now with a cool beer!

    • Simon
      Posted at 21:27h, 01 November Reply

      LOL! That would be great, indeed!

  • Angela
    Posted at 17:53h, 18 October Reply

    Wow Simon, that blue is *very* blue! Beautiful contrast with the white!

    • Simon
      Posted at 21:26h, 01 November Reply

      Thank you, Angela. I just couldn’t resist taking a photo!

  • Simon
    Posted at 15:17h, 13 October Reply

    Thank you, Anita. Indeed, this is one of my favorite photos and I’m glad you find it inspiring. Hope you’ll have the chance some day to see the wonderful Greek islands.

  • Anita Mac
    Posted at 13:24h, 13 October Reply

    Some photos just inspire travel….this is one of them! The quintessential blue of Greece contrasted only by the stunning whites….gorgeous! Wish I had more time on this European adventure – I could spend a lifetime soaking it up!

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