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An Alley on Mykonos

It seems Everybody Loves Greece. But what is it about this narrow alley on the island of Mykonos in particular?

alley on MykonosCaptured by Marcel Germain...

Mykonos Alley Painging... and painted by Anne's father from Anchovies.
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20 comments:

  1. I do remember this alleyway. Mykonos is a gloriously beautiful place. Lovely!

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  2. Beautiful place, I love the blue water.

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  3. I think i could live there and enjoy the sunshine and the beauty.I don't want for much!!

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  4. I haven't been to Mykonos but I have been to other parts of Greece and I admit it is a beautiful country.

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  5. I love the pictures. I'll never see it because I wont fly, so being able to enjoy these photos shows how lovely places are.

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  6. It is the to die for view!!!!!

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  7. Here's what I see when I look at this alley: I see the walls as our daily lives with all that we try to accomplish in one day — working, running errands, preparing meals, blogging, returning phone calls and list goes on. What we have to remember each day that we walk that narrow alley is that at the end of the day (alley) we need to put it aside until tomorrow and enjoy our life. For me, of course, the beach is perfect, for others it could be family or the mountains, whatever it is that brings meaning to our otherwise hectic lives. The beach in this photo/painting signifies the release we are all looking for.

    Maya, be sure to read my post today, you're in it!

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  8. I lived and worked in Greece for almost a year and though I went to the islands practically every weekend, I never made it to Mykonos. What a lovely alley, though! Makes me want to go back.

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  9. Everybody does and for good reason. That is one place I'd run back to in a heartbeat! These are beautiful.

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  10. Maya,
    I didn't realize you changed your address as well. Hopefully this is right now! Greece is on my bucket list! Beautiful! Luanne

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  11. Maya,

    I have been slower than molasses lately. I apologize for that. I finally changed your link on my blog to your new page.

    I hope you are having a great week. I'm counting days till the 4th of July holiday. If only, I could just get to the beach.

    Love Melissa

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  12. I've never been nor probably will go to Greece so you sharing this photo is great and it's a beautiful photo. Thanks for visiting and I'm sorry I forgot to update by blog into your new meme but it's done now;~)

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  13. Hi Maya! Those are gorgeous. I know I would shoot scenes like that for hours. Me and my camera would never grow tired.

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  14. i saw this over at her site.
    it is beautiful.

    xx

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  15. Proves it all must run in the blood this creativity thing.

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  16. i went there once...beautiful! Thanks for commenting on my blog! I love yours!

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  17. I think it is the vision & thought that nothing can distract your thinking away from what is in front of you... the big beautiful ocean... love the print.

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  18. The gorgeous blues are what appeal to me most -- the sky, the sea, and the window on the building on the right. I love how they stand out against the bright white buildings.

    And the rustic stone walkway is fabulous too :-)

    Kelly

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  19. There's something soo beautiful about the blues and crisp whites. I hope I get to visit someday. :)

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  20. Beautiful view! I love the blues and whites - can you imagine seeing this every day? I hope to be able to see it at least once in my lifetime - it's on my bucket list.

    Thanks for visiting my blog. We were just at our sailboat yesterday to put up the sails up and get it ready for sailing. It's quite late in the year to be starting - but the weather here has been horrible. Cold and rainy - the worst July since 1992. I hope August is better!

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