Santorini's walking 7 (the lovebirds)

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  1. elektro

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    It is tradition to take off the sunset. Thousand and thousand people are meeting at weast side of the old town Ia and waiting for the beautiful sunset. It is like an anthill. There are many voices of different languages and when the sun has set down the horizon all these people start to clap one's hands. It's unforgettable!

    It was before the sunset...
    :heart::heart::heart:

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    beautiful! I love all the blue doors!

    All of your shots from here have been gorgeous!

    Would have been even better if that 3rd person wasnt standing there, looking annoyed...haha!
     
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    Yes! Was it intrigued you?:D
     
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    awsome shot! looks like one of those weird maze where you can go up and down and all around in cartoons. where is this, amazing colors and location!
     
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    I love all of your photos of Santorini. So beautiful.

    You ask in your signature that we correct your language mistakes to help you learn. The correct way to ask that question would have been:

    'Did it intrigue you?' or perhaps 'Was it intriguing to you?'

    And the answer, of course, is yes! :)
     
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    That poor girl was left out... You should have swooped in, elektro. I'm sure she would have been impressed by your amazing work.

    As for the all of white and blue (I know it was mentioned in another thread of yours), it may have something to do with the Greek flag (though I could be completely wrong). Just a thought.

    Anyways, I've enjoyed looking at your images from this little place. They're all amazing.
     
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    Talk about a 3rd wheel!
     
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    ^ lol, thats what I was thinking.


    btw, beautiful location!
     
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    i like it. and i like the annoyed girl. makes it more realistic. well for me atleast, because im always that girl.
     
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    Looks like it should belong in a brochure - nicely caught.
     

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