Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Wordless Wednesday...On To Athens

On what was a more quiet day in the city.
We will start at the Acropolis..



 



 







 



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38 comments:

  1. Stunning, one of my favourite places to go.

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  2. Wow, very beautiful great shots! That would be also a nice post for our *PicStory* this week with the topic *holidays*. If you like, join us :) LG Tina

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  3. Gorgeous shots of a beautiful place.

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  4. Acropolis is such an amazing place to visit. looking at your photos bring back fond memories.

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  5. WOW, I went there last year, and when I saw your first pic, and hearing on this mornings news the trouble in Athens, I thought are you going to be able to visit it... Great pics!!

    Mines up as well at Spotting Sunsets

    Have a great WW!!

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  6. Beautiful! The Acropolis is just amazing! And what a sky, beautiful day to sightsee.

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  7. These structures look great against the blue sky.

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  8. Awesome pictures! I hope I get to go there in person someday!

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  9. It must have been awesome to see this in person, but I am just as thrilled you shared the photos. Stunning

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  10. That just looks beautiful. How incredible to go and see.

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  11. So cool!!!!!! I bet the view was amazing!
    http://theapels.blogspot.com/2011/06/wordless-wednesday-cousins.html

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  12. Awesomely amazing. I heard a construction joke once that the ruins were never actually completed :) I watched a movie about Alexandria this week and it seemed its citizens regularly trashed their city and each other over religious differences. Such a shame. It took another 1200 years before prevailing attitudes allowed since to develop.
    At least they left behind some spectacular architecture!

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  13. It's just amazing how old that stuff is. Makes me curious about how the people lived and how they built it.

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  14. Fantastic photos! I've never been to Greece and it just looks so amazing!

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  15. We certainly don't still things like that in America. We tear things down and build over it.

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  16. Great photos, as usual. We're in Northern Ireland right now, and I think of you every time someone says wee.

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  17. Fantastic shots -- I've always wanted to go there. The sense of history/time must be almost overwhelming.

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  18. Are you there now? I read it's a bit chaos there with protest and all.
    But indeed, Greece has a lot to show and Athens is rich in awesome ancient structures. Stunning photos you shared here.

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  19. OMG, those pictures are stunning!

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  20. Opa! What wonderful pics. My husband and I traveled to Athens two years ago. Such an inspiring place.

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  21. Beautiful! Athens is on my list of places I'd like to go someday.

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  22. As always, I can count on your to give me a stunning, breathtaking moment to help get me through hump day. You are a true blessing to all of us in bloggerland.

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  23. What a beautiful site. I love standing among ruins, feeling all the history around me.

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  24. Beautiful images of the ruins. They are still architecturally magnificent in their landscape.

    It would indeed be an interesting time to visit Greece.

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  25. Goodness those pictures ARE GORGEOUS! They could be in a travel brochure.

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  26. The sky in all these shots is such an amazing blue.

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  27. I'm enjoying the tour. You had a glorious day for photos.

    I haven't been to Greece but if I go, the ruins are the first place I'd visit.

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  28. it was hard to take a picture that was not full of my fellow tourists...there were actually a load of people up there.

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  29. Absolutely lovely! I would love to see Athens someday.

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  30. I would love to visit Athens!

    These are beautiful!

    Aloha!

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  31. Just beautiful, definitely one of the places I want to see. Georgeous photos, Caite.

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  32. Beautiful pictures!!! I hope I can visit Athens one day!

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  33. oh i want to go..we got as far south as Pisa/Luca DAnG great shots

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