Hidden away in the Saronic Gulf of Greece is a tiny Island that covers approximately, a mere eight square miles. However it is eight square miles of un-spoilt beauty. This magical island is called Agistri.
Similar too many of small Greek islands Agistri does not have its own water supply, all the water used is brought in by boat.
Therefore water is a well managed commodity.
Because of this it is commonplace to see barrels left on the beach like the one in this photograph so that the seawater can wash out any residue that may be left in them from local wine making.
|Camera:||Eos 3 |
|Recording media:||Iso 200|
|Title:||Barrel washing Agistri|
|Uploaded:||26 Mar 2006 - 11:15 AM|
|Tags:||Landscape / travel|
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