Kapetaniana

My dad took me to a nearby village he loves, build on a mountain slope, with a wonderful view and charming old houses. The landscape is typically Cretan – very dry, making a lovely contrast with the sea and sky in the background.

These mountains are full of wild thyme so many beehives are installed here, can you spot them above? These make a wonderful honey! I brought a jar back to London.

Blooming thyme

This church is 500 years old and has been through rough times, the frescos inside are terribly damaged.

This old lady has the prettiest flowers in the village! Look at those basils!!!

A little olive tree!

Kitties!

One Response to “Kapetaniana”

  1. Steve Says:

    Why are there so many cats everywhere? LOL
    I like the way old churches smell. There’s a smell of candle wax, incense, and old wood that I like.

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