Remembering how the Hill I used to walk [pre-corona] looked…
…on this day, exactly one year ago.
Oannes posted a brilliant podcast today.
Clink on the image below to listen.
Στο podcast της ημέρας ακούμε: • In today’s podcast, we listen to:
0:00 PRODIGY: THE NARCOTIC SUITE – THREE KILOS [MUSIC FOR THE JILTED GENERATION, 1994]
7:26 JETHRO TULL: WATCHING ME WATCHING YOU [BROADSWORD AND THE BEAST, 1982]
11:07 GOBLIN: L’ ALBA DEI MORTI VIVENTI [DAWN OF THE DEAD OST, 1978]
17:02 MILES DAVIS: YELLOW [AURA, composed& arranged by Pale Mikkelborg, 1989]
24:01 AIR: KELLY WATCH THE STARS [MOON SAFARI, 1998]
Enjoy a beautiful weekend, everyone
stay safe 🏡
Categories: MarInsta, Nature, Oannes Reblog, Photography, Seasons
Beautiful view and place you visited…. A different May indeed Marina than this years..
Listening to Oannes music now… 🙂 very jolly… 🙂 and has my feet a tapping.. ❤ 🙂
Oh, I’m a huge fan of his podcasts! Before I’d met him I was diehard listener of his radio shows! 😉 xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
🙂 I can see why.. I really enjoyed listening.. 🙂
😉 I’m so happy to hear that! xoxoxoxo
How beautiful…lucky you, Marina !
Thank you, my dear Jean-Jacques… I hope sometime soon I visit again.
What an awesome view, no wonder you miss it! My blogger friends are so positive and optimistic, truly inspiring whenever I’m feeling down or a bit grumpy during this time. Personally I can’t complain, since I have access to green spaces near big sky, a Great Lake, and a lovely lagoon within walking distance. However I’m sympatico with so many of the issues your husband addresses. It’s so surreal outdoors, I mourn but then pray leaders and individuals will gain wisdom and courage. Please continue bringing us your gifts! xoxoxo
You are indeed very fortunate to have such an abundance of nature beauty around you. Since I couldn’t go there all this time, I revisited my photo library…
There are so many issues indeed and I hope as you say wisdom will prevail. Meantime, I wish you a most wonderful week ahead. 🤗😘😘😘
Lovely post, Marina, and gorgeous photo. Life will calm where you will walk this peaceful path again. But I also fear a second wave if we’re not careful. As our governor stated, the virus is not gone. Patience….sending love and hugs and flowers your way. Lauren ❤🌻❤🌼❤🌷
Ah, thank you, my dearest Lauren. I sincerely hope we don’t have to live in fear from now on…
Many hugs and love to you… and flowers!!!!!!! Stay safe!
I like the Prodigy album as well. There is this track with a beat of breaking glass. That is really cool.
Breathe i think is tge song you refer to. Coincidentally i had it in a previous post: Breathing (https://marinakanavaki.com/2020/04/25/breathing/). 😉
A lovely vista!
Thank you, my dear Sue. I hope to visit this place again soon. 🙂😘
I hope you do, Marina!
Ah, the beauty of photography – crystallized moments. You will walk this path in another May. Hugs and More hugs!
..”crystallized moments”… Thank you, my dearest Rebecca. I may be able to visit this May [measures are lifted from tomorrow], just sad I missed the best two months of color burst on that hill!
many more hugs your way and love
What a beautiful hillside.
It is truly and due to our circulation restrictions, I’ve missed it very much! xoxoxoxo
Have a lovely Sunday!
I feel lucky we’re still allowed out, although I’ve been staying home most of the time. I’m lucky to live in a beautiful place, too.
That is very fortunate indeed! Enjoy, my dearest Brenda and be safe! 😘
You, too. I hope you are doing well. Today’s economics are hardest on the creative folks.
We’re well, as for economics… yes, creativity doesn’t exactly pay bills and it’s obviously going to get worse, but we’ll see when the time comes! 😉 xoxoxo
You’re so talented. I’m hopeful that you will do well.
Awwww… thank you so much, Brenda. ❣😘 Likewise!😘
Are you not allowed to take walks in fields like this?
We are from tomorrow [but I won’t be able to for a few more days]. This hill is located outside my area [mind you just 8km away but still outside my area] and for the past two months we weren’t allowed circulation outside our area and that for a reason/permit with sms! But, as I said, from tomorrow, measures are lifted and …yayyyyyy no sms or permit [but with masks and still not allowed to leave our region Attiki]. So, fingers crossed, I’ll visit my favorite hill soon!
I think it is a smart thing, frankly. We’re not allowed to leave our regions either. Not that I’ve tried. Our numbers stil disturb me, quite frankly. They talk of lifting and restarting schools but I know most parents are going to refuse to send their kids. They are given the choice to or not. Makes no sense that a grandparent my age can’t see their grandchildren but can go to work with hundreds of other kids. xoxoxo
I know you’re right. There’s a lot that doesn’t add up with this thing but for now i suppose we’re best off playing it safe. Today is our first day of ‘freedom’ and i noticed that traffic was very light. Mind you not all shops are open and no cafes/ restaurants either. As for school, just the last years who have their final exams in a month. So far do good…
Playing it safe is best. We had a fabulous sunny day on Saturday. People were congregating all over the place like they couldn’t help themselves or things were back to normal. In two weeks time, what will we see? My son is pissed because he had three months left to get his electricity diploma. Dude… Where were you gonna work? Still. Let us all breathe and wait.
“Breathe and wait”… exactly! Breathe safely too! 😉 We’ll all see where all this will lead, hoping that the worst ‘pandemic’ is not unemployment. But that’s for another day. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
Soon as I finish listening to Frédéric Chopin on your Delacroix post! LOL!
Such a lovely sight, Marina. Beautifully captured by you. 😍
Oh, thank you, Sylvia… I miss it so much…