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I’ve been meaning for a long time to write a few words about one of the driving forces behind my photography: Living things are constantly competing for resources like light and water in an effort to maximize their potential for survival and thriving. At the same time they are also shaped by forces of nature, like fire, wind, water and ice. Within woodlands and forests, these forces quite often create seemingly unordered patterns that commonly draw the interest of nature photographers.
As the New Year approaches, I’m happy to announce my new calendar for 2013. Actually, there are three of them. All published with great care and love by George Siourtis. There is a large 30×30 cm wall calendar and two smaller ones, one for the desk and one also for the wall. All calendars were superbly printed by George and his colleagues here in Athens, Greece. The larger calendar features a short story behind each image. All calendars are available in major bookstores, here, in Athens, Greece. All of them are also available through either my website or George Siourtis’ publishing house.
If you have already browsed through my galleries, you may have noticed my love for the layering geological patterns created in rock formations. I am going through my images made at Andros, one of the Cycladic islands in the Aegean sea and I find myself repeatedly going back to my “rock” images, perhaps more than any other of my Andros island series.
September and October were pretty hot for this time of the year. As a result, most of the foliage hadn’t yet developed their fall colors up until the end of October. Travelled to the Peloponnese mountains and Central Greece the last two weekends looking for signs of the changing seasons. Green was still the dominant color, however, I was fortunate enough, to come across some colorful areas. Here are two of the first images processed from my recent endeavors.