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Ioannina-Greece 03-13

Posted by
Dimitrios (ATHENS, Greece) on 24 February 2007 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

The city of Ioannina is famous for its craftsmen. They create detailed large disks from bronze, sometimes 1 m in diameter with elaborate designs from the old days. These people are preserving our calture and are comendable

PENTAX Optio WPi 1/80 second F/6.6 ISO 80 38 mm (35mm equiv.)

YOU ARE ALL WELCOME

Ahraht from Loures, Portugal

Yes they are indeed. An image of something that is hard working and difficult yet so beautiful.

24 Feb 2007 6:49am

@Ahraht: obrigado, e buom dia

purelysnow from Chengdu, China

They're beautiful! The craftsmen must be very hard workers because they're quite detailed.

24 Feb 2007 7:38am

@purelysnow: yes they are, they go to a special school there, thanks D

Nishith Parikh from Baroda, India

its simply awesome!!!

24 Feb 2007 8:22am

@Nishith Parikh: take care NP, regards D

Shuva from Hyderabad, India

I think there was way too much sunlight.

24 Feb 2007 8:57am

@Shuva: oh the sun is generous with Ioannina....

Anne from White Rock, Canada

They are beautiful and well worh preserving for your culture. I am learning all kinds of things apart from photography on aminus3.

24 Feb 2007 10:00am

@Anne: me too, interacting caltures makes am3 truly a great site, thanks D

Behrooz from Tehran, Iran

They look nice! Can be on art and culture category as well. I like them!

24 Feb 2007 12:12pm

@Behrooz: yes you are wright, thank you

Alfredo J. Martiz J. from Tokyo, Japan

It is nice to know they are preserving the culture, I like their efforts, I hope I can visit this place someday!

26 Feb 2007 12:58pm

@Alfredo J. Martiz J.: I wish you luck in your traveling plans, regards D

Damon Schreiber from Toronto, Canada

Wow, these are really beautiful!

26 Feb 2007 10:18pm

@Damon Schreiber: Glad you like them. Regards from Athens, Dimitrios

PENTAX Optio WPi
1/80 second
F/6.6
ISO 80
38 mm (35mm equiv.)

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