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Greece

Mary Fletcher | Voidokilia Beach

Voidokilia Beach

Voidokilia Beach is a popular beach in Messinia in the Mediterranean area. In the shape of the Greek letter omega (Ω), its sand forms a semicircular strip of dunes. On the land-facing side of the strip of dunes is Gialova Lagoon, an important bird habitat. The beach has been named A Place of Particular Natural Beauty. It is part of a Natura 2000 protected area.
Mary Fletcher | Sphacteria Rock

Sphacteria Rock

Bay of Navarino, Pylos is a small, deep, and almost landlocked bay of the Ionian Sea in the department) of Messenia , in the southwestern Peloponnese , Greece. Known also as Pylos Bay, which has been identified farther to the north, the bay was the scene of a decisive battle in 1827 that consolidated the independence of Greece. Here, the combined fleets of Great Britain, France, and Russia destroyed the Turko-Egyptian fleet. Two years later the French built a little town on the bay’s south shore
Mary Fletcher | Voidokilia Beach

Voidokilia Beach

This beautiful beach is situated on the Western Coast of mainland Greece.
Mary Fletcher | Blue Aegean

Blue Aegean

The beautiful blue of the Aegean sea is really reflected in this image, the sun’s rays adding to the beauty.
Mary Fletcher | Chapel in Cyprus

Chapel in Cyprus

There are many of these tiny chapels in Cyprus, the religion here is predominantly Greek Orthodox
Mary Fletcher | Cypriot fishing boat

Cypriot fishing boat

There are many of these sad and broken fishing boats in the countryside in Cyprus.
Mary Fletcher | Windmill in Cyprus

Windmill in Cyprus

There are many of these broken and old windmills littered around the countryside of Cyprus, this one is high in the mountains and surrounded by olive trees.
Mary Fletcher | Bottle and Bat

Bottle and Bat

An empty bottle and a discarded bat lie near this picnic table on an empty Greek beach
Mary Fletcher | Greek Fishing Boat

Greek Fishing Boat

A small Greek fishing boat lies patiently waiting for the fisherman. These small boats are plentiful in the Greek Islands