Saturday, 27 May 2017

Cool shadows on a sunny day at Agreco Farm.


We returned earlier this week from a wonderful trip to the Greek island of Crete, I have over 400 photographs to wade through before I can even think about telling the stories about our adventures there.
But..................



..........some photos are just begging to be shared and really they need no back story.


I invite you to simply sit back, feel the Cretan sun on your face, listen imagine hearing the birds singing in the trees and relax in the market square @ Agreco Farm.


Απολαύστε
(Enjoy)



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and Mosaic Monday

28 comments:

  1. Gorgeous...simply gorgeous.

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  2. How warm and relaxing it all looks. I envy Europeans who can travel short distances to experience a plethora of culture. Flying across North America, then across the Atlantic adds up to a BIG trip for us. Looking forward to reading more of your Cretan adventures.

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  3. Oh, Maggie, I'm glad you let these photos speak for themselves so you could easily share them now. Absolutely lovely! I want to be on that terrace NOW. I'm so happy for you and R and the wonderful holidays you two take. Enjoy the weekend!

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  4. Such romantic scenes, begging for some time to relax. An idyllic place.

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  5. Sounds like a fabulous trip Maggie - so happy you enjoyed it all and will look forward to more stories and photos of the beautiful scenery.

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  6. Oh how nice. Your photos tell a wonderful story for sure!

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  7. Gorgeous~

    I'm so looking forward to the tales along with the photos!

    Jane x

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  8. I come to visit Shadow shot Sunday2.
    A great holiday mood mediates your picture

    My Contribution

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  9. Enchanting! How peaceful and pretty this paradise is! Thanks again for introducing it to me - unbelievable that I had not heard of it! Looking forward to more words and pics of your own personal 'take' on Agreco Farm after having a look at its website, which is wonderful.

    Happy Sunday, Maggie!

    Poppy

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  10. Greece is wonderful, I have good memories of holidays there and your photo's bring them back.

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  11. How beautiful Maggie. I echo Lorries comment. Sometimes this edge of the continent seems very far away!

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  12. How beautiful Maggie. I echo Lorries comment. Sometimes this edge of the continent seems very far away!

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  13. How wonderful! So glad you had a great trip.

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  14. What a wonderful trip Maggie. Agreco Farms looks and sounds wonderful (I can almost hear those birds singing) -- and yes I too wish it were easier for us to get 'from here to there' . Thank you for sharing and (in advance) for hosting the MM linkup.

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  15. Beautiful. You really have a wonderful and enjoyable trip. Thank you for sharing.

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  16. Now that is container gardening at its finest! Wow! And such a beautiful view from that table. The first photo is enchanting. What a beautiful place to visit.

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  17. Wonderful photos from hot and sunny Crete! I visited Crete once but it was a tennis course, so did not see much other than clay court :) But still remember the fantastic dinners in the evenings. You had a lovely holiday I'm sure!

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  18. How beautiful. And your mosaic showing the shadows just speaks peace and relaxation. Looks like a wonderful place to rest.

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  19. Wow! Calm, peaceful ... why did you leave! Ha! Happy Monday!

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  20. Luv the mosaics, have a good Monday

    Much love...

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  21. I spent two months kn Crete in 1992 I guess it would have changed since then...Loved Crete

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  22. I'm drooling over your pictures. How lovely, what a beautiful place! This belongs to some of the things from Europe I miss and that is impossible to have in this country that has become my new home. It looks like such an "easy" way of living, slower; your photography is fabulous, I feel like I'm hearing the birds and also crickets as well as smell lavender and thyme.

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  23. More pictures of Crete! I am not sure I can stand it! We lived in the UK for 3.5 years and we so enjoyed our visits to Corsica, Greece, Turkey, Switzerland, Poland ... thanks for letting us live vicariously!

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  24. This little bird is singing along with you! Your photos of Crete are taking me back to a holiday in the 1980's and it looks like it continues to be the place of happy hols!
    Wren x

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  25. I never really thought of Crete till I first started seeing posts about it here. Now I think it is a perfect destination! This spot in particular looks like a bit of heaven on earth!

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Thanks for stopping by, your visit just made my day!