I really love this time of the month when I can share all of my photos from Greece with you all. Last month I let my daughter take over! She had gone to the island of Kefalonia and I put together a selection of photos primarily in Blue.
But you know there were also a lot of beautiful photos in Brown, the color of the earth, and that is what I’ll be sharing with you today. Thanks Ina the Tea Lady for these great photos.
The sand makes pretty rippling patterns under the crystal clear water.
Seaweed and sand.
Sun and shadow on the rocky edges.
Little mosaic patterns of the water reflected in the sand.
Kefalonia is a fairly large island located in the Ionian Sea. That is the one that Greece shares with Italy, among other countries.
The water looks more like little transparent coins
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My sweet girl has also done videos of her trip to Kefalonia. Here is the first one and below is the second.
Have I mentioned those crystal clear waters?
This one reminds me of a Rothko painting. Or is it the other way around, did Rothko take from mother nature?
And that concludes my series on Kefalonia. Ina the tea Lady on the other hand will continue to post videos on her You Tube Page. If you are interested she has a whole collection of travel videos here. Shameless plug I know, but it’s the least I could do since she let me share her photos.
I hope you have enjoyed these photos of Kefalonia in Brown. This Greek Island certainly has a bit of everything, rocky beaches and blue waters. Now which was your favorite?
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