I had some short stories, poems and photographs to share ... and so here I am

Mesmerized By The Greek Islands

 
OK, it's time now for a little escape! Get a cuppa, put your feet up, turn up the volume, and let yourself fly away to the Greek Islands - accompanied by my own original piano music. Click twice on the play button.

11 comments:

Jessica Schneider said...

Is that all? Just kidding. The film stopped at 3:38.

You did a good job of capturing the ethereal and the everyday. Very nice.

Nice ass at 5:33.

Roberta said...

This is lovely Seamus. Just lovely!

Shameless said...

Jessica,
Thanks. Nice ass? I wasn't even aware I'd included one ... oh, the old guy with the vegetables! :)

Roberta,
Hi, and I'm glad you liked it. Almost like being there?

Verilion said...

Ah, you've brought back some lovely memories Seamus. I recognised a bit more this time. Greece is so photogenic.

Jessica Schneider said...

The donkey!

Shameless said...

Hi V,
Yes, there were bound to be some familiar scenes! :)

Jessica, of course! Da. :)

Jessica Schneider said...

When I was a kid and I was forced to learn the 10 Commandments, I always got a chuckle over the one that said "Thou shalt not desire your neighbor's wife, his goods, or his ass..."

Given the times, it made sense then that they were referring to donkeys, but not when you're 9 and forced to memorize them!

chiefbiscuit said...

Astonishing. I enjoyed my flight. What a lovely transporting experience - the photography! The music! The light! The colours! The images! All truly wonderful. Thanks Seamus.

Shameless said...

Jessica,
Ha! :) I'd almost forgotten that a donkey can also be called an ass. The language is a changing!

CB,
Thank you. I'm glad you enjoyed the flight. I will play that video often to take me back there in the middle of winter! :)

Wanderlust Scarlett said...

That was wonderful, as always. Thank you so much!

I think my favorite, but only just barely (most of the photos come in at a close second) would be the sunset falling on the sea and the worn steps by the old boat and the tipped vase.

Thanks, again. I quite enjoyed that.

Scarlett & Viaggiatore

Shameless said...

Wanderlust, thank you, yep, I think those are also among my favourites! :-)