JerryShots: Wow...You was robbed.You got out performed by photos that didn't even have any books in the frame!? It's a sad state of affairs.No justice, imo
Thank you for your comment.
Are Pentax film cameras, such as 645, included?
Great Picture! Congratulations!Θερμά Συγχαρητήρια!!
thanasaki: Bravo Dakour! Wonderful photo!
Thank you for your comment. All together from Greece let us try to show details of our beautiful country
"What color was the sky in ancient Greece? Bronze! There was no word for blue in the ancient Greek language. The nearest words to blue – glaukos and kyanos are more like expressions of relative light intensity than descriptions of color. So when the Greek referred to the sky as ‘bronze’, they meant that it was dazzlingly bright, like the sheen of a bronze shield, rather than actually bronze-colored. It seems the ancient Greeks described things based on other qualities, so when a word is used that, to us, seems to indicate ‘yellow’ or ‘light green’ really just means fluid, living and fresh, and was therefore used to describe flowers, blood, the sea and sheep. It would appear to us that the Greeks were referring to all of these things as yellow colored, but that’s because of the way we describe things."
Thank you very much for your very polite comment. You have a very deep knowledge of the ancient Greece. I appreciate highly your contribution. Your comment has added a lot to the picture.
tko: Great. Could have won any of a number of contests.
Thank you so much for your compliment.
muesliman: The belaboured Greeks thank you for such a beautiful gift of their proud homeland.
Thank you for your generous comment
ThomasSwitzerland: Athens as is and knew a long time ago. Marvellous
Gruezi! Danke Ihen
pen araneae: Fantastic. This is a winner of winners! The light beams are marvellously captured.
Thank you for your kind comment.