Late September and the locals had abandoned Peroulia Beach because, they said, ‘it was too cold’. Even to us Brits the sea was a touch cooler than hoped for. Still, you can’t come to Greece and not have a swim. And the glass-clear waters of the Messenian Gulf were so beguilingly blue. And then there was the backdrop view – the Mani that never quite came into focus all the time we were there, the rugged scarps of the Taygetos ever mirage like. Perhaps we dreamt it.
Lens-Artists ~ Layered This week Amy wants to see layered looks.
29 thoughts on “Kalamata Layers”
Wonderful layers, my dear Tish!!!!! [I’ve had that dream too! 😉 ] xoxo
Good to share the same dream, Marina 🙂
🙂 🙂 xoxoxo
Truly lover your last image Tish
Many thanks, Tina.
Thank you, Becky.
Beautiful layered images. Love the layers of blue waves and the sky’s cape. Thank you, Tish for joining in. 🙂
And thank you for such an enticing challenge, Amy.
Appreciate your support, Tiah! It means a lot to me.
Marvellous! Dream or not…..
Oh God! I want to dream it again! X
Lovely dream. I dreamed I was going to see some olives when I got here. 🙂 Hee, hee. It’s the pits.
Lovely dreams – and lovely images, Tish. The last one is very special, like a painting.
The light off the sea was very extraordinary. Could have spent all day just watching it.
I can see why.
Lovely layers. However, it looks one should be wearing them rather than swimming in them. 😁
It does look a bit nippy. Gorgeous though and it would have been wrong not to have a dip.
The sun was really rather hot, which only added to the various layers of disconnection. It was good once submerged though.
Wow, Tish. I love those mountains in the distance. Gorgeous! Perfect example of nature’s layers.
Thank you, Patti. The mountains are like ramparts. Heaven knows how, or even if you can access the interior from the Gulf. The small amount of human settlement (just visible in the photo) seems to be right on the sea-line.
lovely blues Tish – icy blues in a sunspot. The mountains look almost superimposed
Beautiful memories from Kalamata and Greece as such on different occasions. Thank you for the reminder. I had many similar predigital photos.
Many thanks. Happy to summon happy memories.