Gerakas Bay, Zakynthos
Recently I’ve been taking so many photos it takes me longer to select the photos to share than to write the posts. I get a little snap happy when out on our walks, but can’t seem to reign it in. This week we got in an exploration walk, starting from Gerakas Bay, Zakynthos and whilst the walk wasn’t as hard as the previous week’s walk up Skopos, it was still a good workout.
The nine of us met up and bright and early, okay so there’s not so much of the bright going on in this photo, but I promise you it didn’t take long before we brightened up (it’s amazing how animated we can become when faced with an incline).
It was well worth it though, as the views over Gerakas Bay, Zakynthos were as fantastic as ever, as we climbed the hill to the old war time hideout.
The Views Over Gerakas Bay, Zakynthos Were Fantastic
As we climbed the hill the views were already promising.
Standing on top of the old wartime hideout, the views were pretty and breathtaking, but the morning chill in the air may have had something to do with that!
The sky was so pretty too, with the blue/grays and pink/orange colours in the sky contrast perfectly.
In total I took over one hundred and fifty photos on this eight kilometer walk, managing to whittle it down to just seventy photos. I am sure that the hard drive on my laptop is starting to creak under the strain of photos.
Being snap happy when taking photos must be a modern day affliction, with digital cameras allowing us to pick and choose our pictures. When it comes to taking photos are you snap happy or can you control the urge to press the button?
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