view my book for lake kerkini
view my new photoblog
view my book for hope series
the leaves on the ground remind me of my grandmother's garden. but the satellite dishes bring this right up to date. love the soft colors.
8 Feb 2010 5:07am
The satellite dishes say a lot!
8 Feb 2010 5:21am
what a paradox !!!
its a cool shot
8 Feb 2010 6:04am
superbe vision du quotidien dans beaucoup de pays, paradoxal pour nous en effet
8 Feb 2010 6:22am
A paradox of this is important but much everywhere, I'm afraid!
A magnificent setting that reveals life in a garden. Something to make ends meet. Remains of cabbage cut into one end of the plot. It seems a place to park a car. Humble buildings viewed from the rear. Something not normally seen from the main street? But they TVdigital and all the benefits of our "advanced culture"! You may well live well? Never come to know from here! Yiannis Greetings and thanks for another great story!
8 Feb 2010 7:43am
excellent composition, love the mood
8 Feb 2010 7:47am
A garden in winter. A very beautiful atmosphere, simple and beautiful.
8 Feb 2010 10:01am
A strong contraposition between old and new.
8 Feb 2010 11:17am
Hope it is working well :) great observation !
8 Feb 2010 3:23pm
Very cool shot...excellent!
8 Feb 2010 4:14pm
Interestingly seen, great shot!!
8 Feb 2010 5:10pm
Often behind the beautiful façade, the back is not seductive beautiful view and well taken.
8 Feb 2010 5:30pm
lol those satelite dishes look out of place in the old world charm... neat shot!!
8 Feb 2010 5:55pm
beautiful colors beautiful photo,s beautiful site
8 Feb 2010 6:31pm
Bien souvent dans les petites rues, pas très jolie vue, mais la réalité....
8 Feb 2010 7:49pm
Worker gardens ???
8 Feb 2010 8:00pm
New Technique in a rural place!Great idea!
8 Feb 2010 10:57pm
Satellite television. Cool shot.
8 Feb 2010 11:34pm
Cabbages? Like the texture and color here. How are things in Greece this week? Tax-collectors and customs walked out on strike? Looks like the public sector is not taking the austerity measures Greece is being forced into well at all. I don't agree with them either. As someone said on the BBC this weekend: Greece is a company, there are real people with real big problems on to carry with such measures. Perhaps it's not the time to be concerned with big deficits.
I read that if Greece defaults on its loans it will be because of market pressure. It needs money from the market to finance its debt which yields more than that of Germany above 3 percentage points. French and German banks are suspected to be highly exposed to Greek debt, so Greece may see some sort of bailout with the same moral hazard of that encountered by the taxpayer in the U.S. who had to foot the bill.
Sorry to bore with economics, but the situation in your country is tense and has been for a while. Hope you folks pull this situation soon.
9 Feb 2010 12:31am
muy buena en la compo la presencia de estas parabolocas, genial!!
9 Feb 2010 1:02am
wonderful capture! I really like the contrast between the rundown buildings and the orange satellite :)
9 Feb 2010 2:11am
Interesting priorities. I see things like this sometimes and wonder at the reasoning.
9 Feb 2010 2:25am
Amazing photo, makes me wonder what their TV's look like. Excellent composition, interesting to see such new technology on these old structures.
9 Feb 2010 2:29am
Something that keeps everyone connected.
9 Feb 2010 2:33am
The antennas on the old houses is a striking contrast (I just watched Truffaut's "Fahrenheit 451' recently, and I am reminded of the opening title sequence). And the cabbages? What a crazy world.
9 Feb 2010 2:59am
Yes...good contrast and document on the inter-communicated society with all those objects of "communication" here. I like your composition here with this wall and path going to a ended-wall and by the way, a lot of security (it's imposible to go throu). Well done Yannis.
9 Feb 2010 9:02pm
Add your comment ...
OLYMPUS E-P11/200 secondF/6.3ISO 10017 mm
house field technology echinos greece krikis
Photography by yiannis krikis © 2020
Powered by Aminus3 Photoblog Software