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Baby, it’s cold outside!   And hazy. And misty. And melancholic. But also beautiful, isn’t it? These beauties I shot (how could it be different) in and around my home village "Alonia" in northern Greece. This days it’s often very rainy and windy and the perfect venue...

Evanescence   In 1923, many Pontic-Greek families from Pontos (now Turkey) came to Greece through forced relocations. Twenty-five families founded the village of Alonia, many more villages, mainly in the north, were established. The population of Alonia increased to more than 1100 people by the 1990s, then...

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Flamingo Surprise in Greece Did you know, that there are flamingos in the thermaic gulf of Central Macedonia? Usually they show up in March and stay in Southern Europe for the summer, before going back to Africa when it gets colder and summer ends. These pictures...

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