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Photos: Good Occasions & Explorations by Nick Keating

USA | Tue, 18 Nov 2014 | By nickkeating | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Hi! My name is Nick Keating, I am 24, I live in the small New England town of Plainfield, NH, and I am keen on becoming a World Nomad. What began as a childhood curiosity, my interest in captured moments was cultivated with a disposable camera and the ... Read more >
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Another indispensible element of the Greek landscape, specifically on Paros, is its rock faces. Strewn in the middle of the island with the sea on one side and sprawling mountains on the other are huge boulders that appear to arise out of nowhere. These rock faces, having been eroded over time, have some of the most magnificent cave like hollows, cracks and creases that make them resemble large sprawling sheets of cloth all piled up together. The ancient Greek myths speak of landforms such as these being the inhabitance of the nymphs. Kolymbithrus, on the island of Paros is one such cluster of boulders/rocks that almost instantly transports you to a time when nymphs hopped through valleys and hid in rocks and perhaps Apollo flew to the sun. These rock faces are unique to the Greek landscape and stand once again as a firm link between the past and the present – a constant reminder of the relationship between the mythic and the real. : by alisha, Views[948]
Another indispensible element of the Greek landscape, specifically on Paros, is its rock faces. Strewn in the middle of the island with the sea on one side and sprawling mountains on the other are huge boulders that appear to arise out of nowhere. These rock faces, having been eroded over time, have some of the most magnificent cave like hollows, cracks and creases that make them resemble large sprawling sheets of cloth all piled up together. The ancient Greek myths speak of landforms such as these being the inhabitance of the nymphs. Kolymbithrus, on the island of Paros is one such cluster of boulders/rocks that almost instantly transports you to a time when nymphs hopped through valleys and hid in rocks and perhaps Apollo flew to the sun. These rock faces are unique to the Greek landscape and stand once again as a firm link between the past and the present – a constant reminder of the relationship between the mythic and the real.

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