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  • Belgium Trip II. - Brussels, Antwerp, Gent

    shared by smolda on 2017-05-11

    Album 2/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time from Brussels, Antwerp and Gent with Fed 5B and Jupiter 8 and Lomography Lady Grey 400.

  • Belgium Trip II. - Brussels, Antwerp, Gent

    shared by smolda on 2017-05-11

    Album 2/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time from Brussels, Antwerp and Gent with Fed 5B and Jupiter 8 and Lomography Lady Grey 400.

  • Belgium Trip II. - Brussels, Antwerp, Gent

    shared by smolda on 2017-05-11

    Album 2/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time from Brussels, Antwerp and Gent with Fed 5B and Jupiter 8 and Lomography Lady Grey 400.

  • Belgium Trip II. - Brussels, Antwerp, Gent

    shared by smolda on 2017-05-11

    Album 2/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time from Brussels, Antwerp and Gent with Fed 5B and Jupiter 8 and Lomography Lady Grey 400.

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  • Belgium Trip II. - Brussels, Antwerp, Gent

    shared by smolda on 2017-05-11

    Album 2/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time from Brussels, Antwerp and Gent with Fed 5B and Jupiter 8 and Lomography Lady Grey 400.

  • Belgium Trip II. - Brussels, Antwerp, Gent

    shared by smolda on 2017-05-11

    Album 2/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time from Brussels, Antwerp and Gent with Fed 5B and Jupiter 8 and Lomography Lady Grey 400.

  • Belgium Trip II. - Brussels, Antwerp, Gent

    shared by smolda on 2017-05-11

    Album 2/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time from Brussels, Antwerp and Gent with Fed 5B and Jupiter 8 and Lomography Lady Grey 400.

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  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

  • #21977502

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21977499

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21977506

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

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  • #21977504

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21977503

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21977500

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21977498

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21977496

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21977505

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21977497

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21977495

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

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  • #21977501

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-26

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos!

  • #21989605

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

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  • #21989604

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989611

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989609

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989610

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989607

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989602

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989606

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989603

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989615

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989601

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989616

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989613

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989600

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

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  • #21989599

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989614

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989608

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

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  • #21989598

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

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  • #21989597

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • #21989612

    shared by vicuna on 2017-06-01

    During my stay in Crete, I had a fantastic time, specially in the AirBnB I rented on the east coast, at Mirsini. As soon as I arrived, the owner, Nikos, had prepared a lot of welcome gifts, like some bottles of wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables, all home made from his little property up in the mountains. He was very nice and I asked him if he would accept to show me where he grows all this beautiful products, and he agreed. So, the day before I left he came by and we went up to his little mountain house that he likes to call his "little paradise".... And indeed, it's a beautiful place, very quiet, and with all you need to live: he grows a lot of fruits and vegetables, his olive trees and his grapes. He offered me to taste an old 2009 "oak barrel" red wine that was delicious, cut off some wild artichokes (simply prepared with some lemon juice, salt and olive oil), brought goat cheese, sundried tomatoes and a bottle of a delicious homemade Raki... We had a wonderful time speaking about the simplicity and beauty of life till late at night (and until his wife called him to know where he was and when he was coming back home in the valley...). Nikos was a perfect example of what the greek hospitality, the "philoxenia" means. Thanks for everything Nikos! If you didn't see part #1, have a look here https://www.lomography.com/homes/vicuna/albums/2143358-nikos-and-his-little-paradise-1-fuji-gf670w

  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

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  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

  • Belgium Trip V. - Ostend (film soup)

    shared by smolda on 2017-06-01

    Album 5/7 from my trip to Belgium. This time with Fed 5B + Jupiter 8 and souped film. Kodak ColorPlus 200 in vinegar and red food coloring, shot at 100iso. In Ostend.

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