Jul 21, 2011
Jul 16, 2011
There is something about the herbs of Greece: They're sprouting with the insolence of the race, haphazardly and defiantly, surely against all odds. They're fragrant with a rustic honesty that is superior to artificial pretence. And they stand best when they stand proud on a most formal of setting: a wedding procession.
Shot on the island of Sifnos, Greece, summer 2011. Click to enlarge.
Photo copyrighted by Elena Vosnaki
Jul 14, 2011
The sparkling background of the white-washed church brings out the pastel hues of this wedding guest's outfit. Greek women shouldn't be afraid of colour. Or fresh fragrant flowers in the hair.
Shot on Sifnos island, summer 2011. Click to enlarge.
Photos copyrighted by Elena Vosnaki.
Jul 8, 2011
fresco from the palace of Knossos, Crete, Greece, at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum,
15th century BC
mature Greek woman attending a wedding on the island of Sifnos, Greece, summer 2011
Jul 7, 2011
Jul 6, 2011
The signpost reads: "Craziness Street: You can walk this street fearlessly. We own it." Indeed we do.
As seen on Apollonia, Sifnos island, Greece. Summer 2011.
Picture author's own, copyrighted by Elena Vosnaki