I still remember the very first time i got in my hands a camera. I even still remember my very first photos in the city that hosted the first years of my professional photography life. Piraeus.
To be able to immortalize in a unique way and personal vision a moment from the everyday life, was the trigger in order to never leave my camera from my hands. Millions of shots, thousands of landscapes and countless moments visualizin the perfect shot.
Small details are what makes the difference and the happiest moments of your life deserve the best. Besides, my point of view is not to capture 1000 words within a photograph, but 1000 feelings.
Τhe couple of the Hellenic Air Force is both the superiors. This photograph is pulled into the Corinthian islet on the Peloponnese.
The Isthmus of Corinth is a narrow strip of land that unites Central Greece with the Peloponnese, while the canal that has been opened to it joins the Saronic Gulf with the Corinthian Gulf. It is about 6 km long and the narrowest point is where the Corinth canal was built (1880-1893). It was a strategic point and for that reason a wall was built already in the ancient times (late 5th century BC), which had been preserved even to the Byzantines (Examilion).
The islet of Corinth was known in the ancient world as the landmark that separated the Peloponnese from the rest of mainland Greece. In the 1st century AD geographer Strabo pointed out a column in the isthmus of Corinth, which brought two inscriptions. One to the East, Megara of Attica, which said: "The Peloponnese, the other one" and the other towards the West, ie the Peloponnese: "in the Peloponnese, Oikon". Plutarch handed down the construction of this column to the hero of Attica Theseus on his way to Athens.
From 1893 onwards, the Corinth Canal, which in fact makes the Peloponnese Island, has been opened to the 6.3 km wide isthmus. Today, two road, two railway and two sinking bridges at both ends of the canal connect the mainland of the isthmus with that of the Peloponnese. At the western end of the Canal there is also a military emergency bridge.
There is a great fight and a great love of Constantine and the Basil.
YOU ARE ALWAYS HAPPY AND HAPPENED.
What can I say about this couple, no matter what they say, they are a little beautiful, they work together and above all, they are really in love.
got married in Athens and the next day the photo was taken at the castle of Monemvasia in the Peloponnese where they made their honeymoon
Dimitris & Karolina <3
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