following the path

Moon Phase: Full Moon Visible: 99,9%↑ Age: 14,4 days

A while back, I promised a post about the paths I follow.
With March almost over and April a day away, here are some of my paths / tracks, ever since I started recording them [more than half a year ago!]
Rocky path full of bushes and blooms

“I wonder what’s on the other side” path

Narrow track with a panoramic view

Grassy track

Narrow rocky path

Paved tracks

Uphill rocky path

Path leading to the sky

Rugged uphill [steep] tracks

“Don’t look down” tracks

Shadow tracks

Where’s the path!

Puddle tracks

Rugged rocky tracks

Paved wet tracks with guests

Steep rocky path

Path with a tree waiting at the end of it

Almost no path

Gloomy path

Dried grass path

Dirt track with grass …and pointy ears!

Impressionistic path with vegetation

Dry and fresh grass path leading to an entrance

Path with a blinding tree!

Path under dust

Obscure track

Path to …home

Narrow uphill path

Dead end tracks

“Which way?” tracks

Very narrow uphill path

Wide path

Colorful path

Pebble path

…enlightened track!

Paths of Color [red, orange and green]
Technique: Watercolour • Original size: 30x39cm • from Marina’s watercolor series “Dreamscapes” 2013 © Marina Kanavaki

photographer* and her assistant / model!

 Happy weekend everyone,

Happy Easter

and enjoy the Full Moon tonight, the second one of March, or else March Blue Moon!

*on a note about “photographer’: I am NOT a photographer and I realize many of my images have flaws to a professional eye. I simply record images that capture my attention. Most of the pictures are taken with my mobile phone, the rest with my camera.

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  1. Wow! I never knew Mt. Olympus had so many footpaths!! By the time I got to the end of the post, my tongue was hanging out, and so were the tongues of my shoes… 😜👞👅👞👅 Thanks for the tour, my dear Marina! I’m sorry we didn’t pass any ambrosia stands, or I would have bought you one 🍨 and maybe had a little something myself… 🍨🍨🍨🍨🍨🍨😋 Loved your Paths Of Color painting. I had a vision like that once when I was pouring croutons on my Greek salad… 😋 Now I must get these stones out of my shoes and pull up my drooping socks… 👞💎👞💎👙🚀🌖💥🚑💨👽👽👽👽👽👽😊

  2. Hey Marina, you’ve easily outnumbered the Led Zeppelin path count “Yes, there are two paths you can go by, But in the long run, There’s still time to change the road you’re on” RH

  3. We enjoy walking, so thanks for taking me along. The views above the city must be wonderful & peaceful. … and Hera appears to enjoy the walks!

  4. Obviously Enlightened Path is best, followed by Dry and fresh grass path leading to an entrance, and then Dirt track with grass …and pointy ears! All paths are poignant! Thank you , Marina! Love the shadow shot of you and your assistant, and I wonder what city I see below in some shots?
    Happy Easter to you and yours! Happy Blue Moon!
    xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxxxxooooxoxoxoxoxoxoxxxxooooxxxx 😀

    • I suspect Jeep had some say on your choice of pics!!!! 😉 It’s Athens! Amazingly enough this hill I walk is very near the center of Athens and at the top you get a panoramic view of the city! I only discovered it a few months ago! Not that I lived here all my life or something… 🙄 It just goes to show [that does not apply to you!] that we rarely explore our surroundings whereas when we visit another country we strive to explore every corner! Happy April!!! [not Fools!] Pointy ears and I send love and many hugs to all the lovely company xoxoxoxo

  5. Best wishes for Easter Marina.
    The paths look like a tranquil escape from the city, I can see why you use them.
    It reminds me of my time living in Cyprus, when I would escape into the Troodos mountains.

    • Thank you, my dear Tish! I remember those beautiful shots you took and well, these paths aren’t even half as interesting as yours, after all mine are in Athens [with the exception of 2-3 from Theologos, Fthiotis – mainland]. Happy Easter to you too! 🙂

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