From Polis to Limni Pier

Published 25th of February, 2019

Reflections on the Campsite

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So while we were here we looked for other interesting things to photograph, now that it was clear that there wasn't going to be a decent sunset.

Brave Campers

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I was impressed they managed to get that little car there. The road into the campsite was a quagmire.

No Magic Crystals

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This had been our plan: to get the setting sun shining on some Limni Mine Crystals. We did it once before by accident, so thought we would bring out the big guns and go for a better display. Unfortunately, without a clear sky, the effect doesn't work.

Up the Coast

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Returning yesterday, we went up the coast a bit in the direction of the pier. The beaches were lovely and calm with not a soul in site. We didn't even see that friendly chap who goes jogging up and down this beach regularly, and always waves hello.

Brutalism in Nature

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I know it is a tragic sight - the scorched hills of Paphos Forest behind Argaka - but there is still something magnificent about their appearance.

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