Δευτέρα, 27 Οκτωβρίου 2008

MY WORLD TUESDAY: SUNSET FROM MY TERRACE


Yesterday was my husband's and my brother's-in-law celebration for their name day.


I stole a few moments and went to the terrace to take some shots by the sunset.


It was a windy sunset but so beautiful at the same time.










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20 σχόλια:

Tina είπε...

thats a nice thing to celebrate. beautiful views

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI είπε...

ΧΡΟΝΙΑ ΠΟΛΛΑ! (My husband is also called Dimitiri) - and next time i am in aspropirgos, i'll make sure you know!

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI είπε...

i expect it will be about 20-25 March

D Herrod είπε...

Very nice.

ewok1993 είπε...

What is a name day celebration? I am interested to know. Beautiful shots. Thanks for sharing your world.

Louise είπε...

Nice photos! I love that little cropping of trees in the second (I think second) photo!

RAMOSFOREST.ENVIRONMENT είπε...

Great your World.

Your EG Tour Guide είπε...

Nice photos on your husband's name day!

marcia@joyismygoal είπε...

nice silhouettes and fun day

fishing guy είπε...

Antigoni: I do love your terrace view and the hills of Greece.

babooshka είπε...

Fun and ncie thing to do, and beautiful images.

Ms. Hays είπε...

Greece?!?! Fantastic! That's a country I've ALWAYS wanted to visit! Love the photos and great for My World Tuesday!!!

WillThink4Wine είπε...

Greece is second on my list of must see before I die! I have always wanted to go to Italy and Greece. Your views are merely one reason!

Brit' Gal Sarah είπε...

Very nice and I love that moon shot

Gmj είπε...

A place I dream of seeing and now I have you to be my tour guide! Life is so good! Thanks.

Mar είπε...

Very beautiful sunset, lovely shots!

BNS είπε...

You have a very nice view from your terrace. I love the photo of the moon. For your husband and brother-in-law: χρόνια πολλά!

momgen είπε...

It's always nice to see the sunset...Nice entries...TC

Mine is here hope you can visit

kjpweb είπε...

Beautiful! Nice sight of Greek!
Cheers, Klaus

soulbrush είπε...

what a magnificent sight. you are indeed lucky.