Santorini Views

By: itchierfeet

May 19 2011

Tags: , , , , , ,

Category: Greece, Landscape, Travel

5 Comments

Aperture:f/4
Focal Length:6.1mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/2000 sec
Camera:Canon PowerShot G11

A view out over the Mediterranean, caught in the bowl that is the caldera of Santorini, Greece.  We stayed in Oia, the picturesque town and the southern end of the volcano’s lip.  Although there is a distinct lack of vegetation (namely trees) on this Island, it was still magical in its own way.

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5 comments on “Santorini Views”

  1. That is truly a magical view of Santorini, Greece. The way you capture things on your lens is amazing.

  2. Great view, framing and shapes. Love all the blues. Beautifully taken as always.

  3. your beautiful photos bring back a lot of memories. who couldn’t love santorini? are they still white washing the trees too? and is the black pebble beach sole-scorching hot?


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