All of these shots were taken with a Canon S100 Elph Digital Camera,
for the most part by Erci.
All were shot in Greece and Turkey in August and September, 2000.
These were shot from the plane looking at the Peloponnese while flying in over the Gulf or Corinth from the NorthWest.
These were shot at night at "The Old Stables," a restaurant and tourist folk show North of Athens.
Still at "The Old Stables," this cat befriended Erci for handing out tidbits.
Flowers in the hothouse at "The Old Stables."
The folk dancers at "The Old Stables." Note that in Greek folk dancing the men are the showmen, unlike American dance where the women are the ones who get to show off.
The next day we toured the Acropolis at Athens. The Theatre of Herodes Atticus at the Acropolis (built during the Roman occupation):
View from the Acropolis, specifically at Areopagos Hill, the rock Saint Paul preached at, and allegedly made his first convert to Christianity:
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Authors: Erci and Scott Nolan, (How to send us email) Last Updated: September 20th, 2000