My Own Private Mykonos

Mykonos hasn’t changed at all from 9 years ago. The waters are still a brilliant blue, the houses are still blindingly white. The sky is still cloudless and the cobbled streets still filled with tourists. I on the other hand have matured a bit and my state of mind a lot more consistent…or at least consistently stable.
The last time I visited, I was still using a film camera that limited my photographs considerably. I was so concerned with not having enough film and having to lug them around that I couldn’t concentrate on catching that moment, getting the money shot. Thank god for the advent of everything digital! Not only can I do as many photos as I want (given memory limitations of course) but I can also scan and delete them when I wanted. Love how technology makes my life so much easier.

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How I wish I had an SLR camera to use. I continue to use my trusty Fuji point-and-click camera from when I bought it maybe 8 years ago and it’s become somewhat limiting. Would have loved to shoot night pictures as the nightscenes here are magical. Another thing to leave to the Fates perhaps.

Next up, Karavaki…

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