The harbour of Parga, with the castle on the far side looking down on the town.
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tenretin (2209) 2014-03-14 10:56
You made a picture postcard. The composition is nice and the color. It seems to me that your horizon leans a little to the right ...
Good weeek-end of France.
pierrefonds (54600) 2014-03-14 16:41
The distance between the pier and the horizon is giving depth to the composition. The point of view is showing the détails and the colours of the houses of the town. The good luminosity is enhancing the beauty of the colours. Have a nice day.
chrisg76 (444) 2014-03-16 8:44
I have never been to Parga, but I know from the pictures I have seen,
it's a beautiful place (and I must visit it asap).
I think it is one of your favourite places in Greece.
Your photo gives a great aspect of Parga and the small harbour.
Lovely colours and light.
Best Regards and keep in touch!
ChrisJ (94392) 2014-03-16 9:57
Lovely warm vs cold color contrasts between the fg red tiled roofs and the bg blue sea and sky. I like the downward high pov overlooking the picuresque harbor and the sweeping curve of the bay that provides lead in lines for the eye. Tfs!
claudeD (30131) 2014-03-18 2:31
like your picture here very much. Very good composition and fine colors. Gives some holiday feelings to me.TFS.
With regards from Luxembourg
ourania (25508) 2014-03-18 12:38
I've heard that Parga is a lovely town and your picture justifies the good reports. I'm sure you had problems with disturbing cables while taking photos in Greece, in this case you managed to tack them neatly at the lower part of the frame. I like very much the curve and the interest it carries all the way to the tip of the cape. The colours are bright and agreeable, the sunshine is invigorating. Congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a great evening,
mcmtanyel (10057) 2014-03-19 20:14
What a pretty little cove and what a quaint town! If I saw this without any reference to its location, I would guess, "Italy".
PS. To answer your question, no not all ferries begin with the word şehit, which literally means martyr. In the Turkish context, anyone who dies in the service of the country is a martyr. Many ferries are named after "martyrs" and recently, they decided to add the title in front of the name. For example, the boat I photographed used to be called İlker Karter but they added Şehit later.
Halitoglu (170) 2014-03-21 4:21
Very nice photo.
danos (82665) 2014-03-23 4:23
nice the view of this beautiful harbour of Parga with the woody hill on the left to makes the image even more effective.I like the charmy of the place with a bit of sharpbess more and would was much more better.
elenimavrandoni (14197) 2014-04-13 10:48
Arnie, all year round all I think is the time that I'll be flying back to Greece to see my beautiful country and images like yours...Parga is a little paradise with a very immense natural beauty and worth visiting...
thanks for sharing!