Princess is a kind of a bad ass

I am totally ripping of post from here because, well, I like it so much 🙂 Sometimes there’s nothing to do but take matters into our own hands. Danielle Lindemann, a mother and sociologist, decided to do just that. After discovering that one of her daughter’s books required some “subversion,” she decided to do a…

Macro Moments: Week 23

Originally posted on snaphappi:
For this week’s Macro Moments I’ve taken a photo of some little ants on a Hoya flower. I took some photos with my Canon 350D and Sigma macro lens but this one taken with the little Panasonic Lumix TZ60 set on iA was the best.

Dance of Saturn’s Auroras

As a sequel of my post Out of this world, I want to share with you this amazing video captured by the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft.

Dream of the Eleusinian mysteries

It began in a circle. She was sitting among other girls, twirling a lock of hair. Her long fingers were coming around a beam of hair, curly and yellowish. She is wondering whose beam of hair is that. It can’t be hers, she is right over here, from this side of the eyes. Than again,…

Ionian Islands

I was very pleased to finish my quest to visit all the Ionian islands until I found out there is one left – Kythira (Κoύθηρα). It is located far on the south and administratively it belongs to Athica region but geographically it is an Ionian island. So, the the goal is yet to be reached,…

Squatting in Pula

Recently I had a very special opportunity to take some pictures from Kalro Rojc building located in Pula, Croatia. This building is a squat and it carries a name of a Yugoslavian World War II hero called Karlo Rojc. It is a kind of place that every town should have and Pula is one of…

The house of pain and pride

While you are visiting beautiful beaches and charming streets of Corfu town, you will find a simple house among tiled streets and flowered balconies. You will notice it’s some kind of a museum. Not a lot of fuss about it, it’s not famous, it’s not fancy, but if you pay attention, you will walk out…

Kavos vs Laganas

If you are a bit older or normal, no, I would not recommend these two places to spend your summer holiday. Yes, I go out, I listen to music, I go to clubs, gigs, concerts… This is not it. This is some twisted reality fabricated for brainless people to drink, drag along streets, pee in public…

Phryne the Hetaira

Recently I’ve visited Sissi’s palace located on Corfu. Two gorgeous statues of Achilles looked great and although Sissi’s palace is famous thanks to those statues, something else caught my eye and made me think. Courtyard of this palace is wonderful, with statues of muses and Dionisio, busts of famous Greeks, surprisingly, a Lord Byron’s and,…

Foča town for nature lovers

Once I have started, why stop? There are some really gorgeous places near my heart shaped lake, so I will write something about them. I’ve mentioned that the best way to get to Trnovačko jezero is from Foča. This town, despite all troubles it went trough, it still is the cutest little town surrounded by…

Where is this heart shaped lake?

I’ve came to the conclusion that it is selfish to withhold information to yourself if you can share them with the world. That is why I have decided to reveal details about my favorite place in the world, where is it and how to get there, so that everyone who would like to enjoy it…

Sunrise… sunset

One would think there is not much of a difference between sunrise and sunset. One would be mistaken. On the east coast of the Greek mainland, there are many places where you can experience a unique daily event – sun rising from the clear endless sea. The west coast, however, gives you many great views…