Browsing All Posts published on »July, 2010«

Summer and the bus that used to be

July 26, 2010 by


Colors of nostalgia in Cyprus. How new landmarks create interest for new messages and new experiences to come. Bus relics are common photo attractions and for the keen-eyed photographer, these relics make statements as witnesses of a time that is no longer. Nostalgia for a better future.

Souvla – Cyprus National Dish as experienced by MyHungryTum

July 23, 2010 by


Eric's appreciation for the national dish and national past time of Cyprus, prepares himself a morphed version of Souvla and Souvlaki. Follow Eric's instincts while he travels the world and their respective national dishes - this time Cyprus was being honored and we thought it appropriate to give him a shout...thank you for visiting.

A message of Goodwill from the Philippines

July 20, 2010 by


A morning surprise in my mailbox – greeting from the Philippines – thanks to Cat for this lovely message. Nature is indeed very precious, especially as seen from your view point. Great work and capture and many thanks to Cat. All our best from Cyprus Photo Credit: Pity owner won’t allow the preview – we’ll […]

The complexity of Beauty

July 19, 2010 by


Inspired in One of the great international artists working in dance today, Saburo Teshigawara, I would like render myself to the principles of exploring visual beauty, rigor, and clarity. The reasoning behind the energy for the preservation of nature in Cyprus

Does Jennifer Lopez travel and sing freely?

July 7, 2010 by


Travel and Music have a common denominator; both are free, free in the sense of freedom not of money. People can listen or make the music the want. There are no limits in creating and listening music. Dictators and democrats who tried to limit music making and music listening have failed. It comes to my […]