Roads to nowhere – through the late nineties into the 21st century the ‘holiday home’ market in Cyprus was booming! Whole estates planned, roads and infrastructure installed, ready for the overseas buyers wanting their slice of sun away from home. Then the 2008 global financial crisis was followed by the collapse of the Greek economyContinue reading “Roads to Nowhere”
Spending time away with the family this week with a return to Cyprus. Never too far from the camera though and always wanting to capture what I see around me. During today’s trip to Polis Beach I immediately clocked the remnants of a concrete machine gun bunker listing into the sea. More likely a leftContinue reading “R&R”
Using a variety of simple mirroring and blending methods in Photoshop to create different outcomes which show us a different perspective of familiar sights. These were from inverted HDR images of the cliffs at West Bay.
This stunning Greek Orthodox Church sits a top of a western facing cliff with stunning views of The Mediterranean Sea!
Dotted across the country of Greek Cyprus there are roadside shrines dedicated to the dead. Taking the form of Greek Orthodox churches they are visited every evening for candle lighting and memorial to the persons, often pictured.
While driving between Polis and Pafos during this years earlier trip to Cyprus, we came across the beautiful village of Pano Androes. With its central church and communal mail boxes, here are a couple of the image.