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September 10, 2013


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Glad you had a lovely time. I have so many lovely memories of Samos as we lived three years in Karlovassi, during the first years of our marriage. Our house was not very far away from the classical building in your picture. I LOVE taking pictures of old doors as well.

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Gorgeous! Guess the summer isn't over for some of us!

I wonder if you had a chance to try to local sweet wine. A reader just wrote asking about using it to make zabaione...

diary of a tomato

Wonderful, I felt as if I was there with you, soaking up the sun and convivial atmosphere!


This sounds like my kind of vacation Simona with good food, plenty of gorgeous azure seas and newfound friendships with kindred spirits.

Simona Carini

Ciao Ivy. I am so glad my photos triggered happy memories. Doors are definitely inspiring.

It is over by now, Frank. I did not try the wine (I don't drink any wine), but I have a little bit in my suitcase and as the question is a good one, I'll see if I have enough to run a test. I'll let you know how it goes.

Thanks you, Debra. I am glad you enjoyed the photos.

You would have enjoyed it, Val. It was special.


There are no blues like Greek blues, as your fine photos have captured. I can tell you had a wonderful time. : )

Simona Carini

It was a nice week, indeed, Susan, and certainly inspiring for my camera.


Non sono mai stata a Samo, ho visto Mikonos e Delo, ma le isole greche e il loro mare sono meravigliosi...bellissime le foto! A presto

Simona Carini

Grazie, Lucia :)

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