Yesterday was our 36th wedding anniversary so we hauled a couple of chairs down to the beach to watch the full moon rise over Sikya. A good breeze was blowing and the waves were rolling up the stones to our feet.
That fuzzy sunset photo a couple of posts ago bugged me enough to (download and then) read the camera manual. Turns out, the problem was I had the “Servo AF” box checked. Go figure.
Anyhow, I was on my way home from Melissi again last night when Hλιος (Helios, the sun god of ancient Greek mythology and the modern Greek word for sun) was standing on the horizon posing for his photo before retiring for the night. I went down on the beach at the Akrotiri taverna and grabbed these snaps of the Sikya cape.