Friday, 29 January 2010

Father and son

father and son; the power grid family


shut door knobs

Measuring instrument

measuring instrument and its reflection on water

Nature morte

dead nature nature morte νεκρή φύση
I don't like this one very much, but I felt compelled to move on.

Thursday, 14 January 2010

Help Haiti

Useful links (donations, volunteering):

Got any other information? Better Ideas? Relevant comments would be appreciated।

Summer 2011 update: In some of my comments I referred to Martine Cauthen, a Haitian-American english teacher, and I praised her efforts to offer relief to the affected Haitians. It turned out that Martine is the niece of the newly elected Haiti's president, Mr Michel Martelly, a fact I was completely unaware of at the time I posted my comments. I would like to make clear that there was no intention from my part to favor any political party, group or faction or any person involved in Haitian politics, by posting these comments. It is the Haitians themselves who should decide about their leadership and their future, not the rest of us.

Monday, 11 January 2010

Lakegull on ice

One more winter theme

Tuesday, 5 January 2010


Kind of a winter theme

Consumed refreshments

glass consumed refreshments
...and then, I remembered also that coffee cup photo I was once about to upload, but I couldn't find it so here is another of the same kind

Upside down

dialectic standing on its head
Reality standing on its head

I took this last September, when I started blogging here. Rick's self portrait reminded me of it

Saturday, 2 January 2010


Somewhere in Athens.

Fallen leaves on pavement

fallen leaves on pavement
I took this accidentally. But I liked it, so, here it is.

Friday, 1 January 2010

Raindrops on leaf

raindrops on leaf