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Pathway within Elafos & Elafina Hotels yard

By GeorgePlatis
On the top of the mountain of "Profitis Ilias" (Prophet Elias) in a altitude of 720m above sea level there are two old Swiss Chalet style hotels "Elafos" (Stag) and "Elafina" (Doe) which have been built since the period of Italian administration of Rhodes (1912-1941). One of the many buildings of these hotels is my theme in this photograph.
Within the yard of the two hotels building complex are beautiful pathways surrounded by a virgin pine-forest.

Tags: Architecture Black and white Rhodes

Voters: johnke, gwynn56, NaturesHaven and 26 more

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johnke 3 223 15
12 Mar 2013 3:26PM
A superb lead in George you have used the wall to your advantage and it does take your eye's right unto the Swiss cottage a marvelous composition. All the detail is here and the tones are fantastic....John

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12 Mar 2013 3:33PM
V1 for me..............nice tones.............GrinGrinGrin
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
12 Mar 2013 3:40PM
What a lovely set Effrossini !! I love the atmosphere you have captured here Smile
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
12 Mar 2013 4:16PM
v3 for me, George, I can smell the cool pine scent. Fine image.

ColleenA Plus
4 319 4 Australia
12 Mar 2013 5:04PM
Nice lead in, V1 for me
CarolG Plus
9 196 18 Greece
12 Mar 2013 5:24PM
A wonderful setting, George, and for me, V.3 ticks all the right boxes today. Carol
Irishkate Plus
6 38 100 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2013 5:36PM
Until Dave mentions the smell of pine I was loving the sepia tones in V1.
So have to split the vote.
Mrsbass 3 2 1 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2013 7:40PM
Superb pov George - v1 just pips the other 2 for me as I love your sepia tones.
12 Mar 2013 7:59PM
A lovely set of images George. Nice conversion as b/w and as sepia. But V3 gets my vote today.
Humblebee 4 1 England
12 Mar 2013 9:06PM
The sepia is excellent, George, but v3 is my favourite ... Carol Grin
12 Mar 2013 10:22PM
V1 for me
I normally go for b/w but on this set I have to say v3 does it for me, very nice low angle capture .


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