Welcome to Greek Images. To see pages for the individual islands just click on the drop-down menus at the top of the page, or the links at the bottom.
A few new photos of Serifos and Athens have now been added from our trip in September. They can be seen here and here. The photos are in chronological order, so the new ones are at the end.
We are already planning next year's trips and we will probably be returning to Serifos as well as Milos (for the first time in 18 years!).
All islands and mainland locations now have a link to Google Maps so you can see where they are. Links page updated March 2015.
Featured Image - Athens
With my Greek photography I have tried to convey something of the essence of the different places that we have visited, including the wildlife. Hopefully you will find the images are either informative, artistic, or entertaining. I didn't want to just show the traditional views of all villages and beaches - most of the islands have their own web sites that show this sort of thing.
If you enjoy what you see and would like me to add a link to your web site, please e-mail me with details. I will generally be happy to do this on a reciprocal basis.
Any comments on the photos or the site in general would be welcome.
I had been keeping a record of our travels, initially using a Minolta X300 SLR and later a 700si, using Fuji slide film. A few years ago it occured to me that it would be fun, if somewhat time consuming, to get some of these images into digital format and post them on the web. So I acquired a high resolution film scanner and the idea for Greek Images was born. It has developed a lot since then, with new locations being added, and new facilities, such as the links to Google Maps. I now use a Nikon D7000, and Sigma 17-50mm f2.8 lens.
All photographs are strictly copyright and may not be reproduced in any form without permission. However, I am generally happy for them to be used on other web sites as long as a link is provided back to Greek Images. But please ask first.