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Great Tavo 2004-10-26 11:29

Despite a terrible business I couldnít pass by the thumbnail which I recognised from the first glance and which recalled my still fresh and sweet memory on the last decade of June spent there, maybe on the very same chairs! (So this is exceptionally in a personal note.)
I remember and understand how umbrella is put against the wild wind (it is visible on the poisonous waves), I also understand a slight blur even after sharpening - the wind on Kos is so strong that you sometimes canít stand it still. The colors are true, I can testify it, and really appealing. The white houses on the opposite coast belong to the Turkish town Bodrum and they use to be blurred even with a tripod, I can prove it, because of distance (the shortest is 4 km, this is about 5-7 km). This is somewhere near Lampi, right? Iíve already posted 3 pics from my holidays on Kos, but still no one from the beach, so thank you, Liora. If you agree, we might create a photo-dialogue or photo-pingpong on Kos.
Well, sometimes itís really better not to speculate too much and point-and-shot and post... In this sense well done.
PeterB

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Old 10-27-2004, 12:03 AM
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Default To Tavo: thanks!

I'm glad I brought back some good memories... It was indeed very windy, which is highly a-typical of October (but very typical of my luck...)
I should be posting some more photos from Kos as soon as I have time to do any posting at all, and I'll be glad to create a photo dialogue - lead the way!
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Liora
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