This is the monument of the winds, (called AERIDES in Greek) , in Plaka, Athens
YOU ARE ALL WELCOME
11 Feb 2008 8:09am
Oh, the ancients knew how to please! Great shot, D!
11 Feb 2008 8:33am
@Sidonie: hellow down there! yes they knew, take care especially in strong winds!
Wow...... great architecture and great shot! I love the shadows the light gives when it hits the building
11 Feb 2008 9:45am
@Koushiro: THE TIME THAT THIS HAPPENS LASTS so little, thats one reason for making it SPECIAL, regards D
11 Feb 2008 10:22am
11 Feb 2008 12:00pm
@Eleftheria, 9 years old,: THANK YOU ELEFTHERIA
I really like the figures. Nice shot :o)
11 Feb 2008 1:52pm
@Kelly: THANKS, THE AFTERNOON LIGHT TAKES ALL THE CREDIT!
Interesting artwork on this building!
11 Feb 2008 5:06pm
Those are wonderful carvings. I like the different tones of the stone.
11 Feb 2008 5:07pm
@Dylan: oh well our ancestors were great sculptors Dylan, a fine legacy to continue and a hard one at the same time, thanks
This light is absolutely gorgeous! Great capture!
11 Feb 2008 9:17pm
@Melissa: greetings from the athenian light!
Athens is on my list of places to visit, the architecture looks amazing. A beautiful capture D :)
12 Feb 2008 1:26am
@MaryB: oh you are going to love it, especialy the old part of the city, I estimate that you will get at least 100 AAA photos!
Must be very old, the sculptures seem to be antique, but the roof stems from later times I think. Nice relief effect by the afternoon sun.
13 Feb 2008 12:23pm
@Illuci: 2000 yeas qualified it as old I think, greetings
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