Crete, Greece, 12 October 2018.
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An olive tree, 2,000 years old.
The Church of Agios Georgios Phalandras.
Road and remains of adjacent buildings, ancient Minoan “Palace” of Phaestos.
View of the plain below Phaestos.
Another of the wonderful miniature roadside shrines.
A distant church on top of a hill.
The harbour, Hora Sfakion.
Looking up inside one of the towers of FrangoKastello.
A view from the road from Chania to Sougia.
On the walk from Sougia to Lissos.
A view from the walk from Sougia to Lissos.
Roman tombs in the necropolis at Lissos, on the far side of the valley, from the walk in.
Remaining walls and mosaic floor, Temple of Asklepios.
Ancient olive tree.
Small ruined chamber in Roman Necropolis.
Inside Panagia Chapel.
Captain George arrrives to take us back to Sougia.
Ancient city of Syia, on the outskirts of Sougia.
A distant church on a remote peak.
A house and a small church, with a man, a utility, a small flock of sheep and very small village in the background.
A duplex half occupied and half ruined.
A church overlooking an ancient coastline.
Villages on hard times.