I did post one shot form this location a short time after I returned from Crete. When we came across it on the roadside it seemed so new as if it had been constructed only the day before. Four young girls had obviously met an untimely death, I assume on the road where the shrine is. They were all so young it was very sad and at the same time very beautiful. Covered in soft toys and lots of pink it seemed perfect for them. And as time passes they have a timeless view to look out on unchanged in any real sense for centuries and one would hope it might remain that way.
On a plus note....the sun shone and I didn't get wet. Jan was on a shift that enabled me to have the car for both journey's which was great. Means I can get up late and I get home early...so sweet. Really I could have done with it pissing down with rain just to feel smug, ah well you can't have it all.
I can't say much but I am in early negotiations with Jan over the purchase of another camera...by that I mean I want it and she says no but maybe...just to give me a glimmer of hope....more news to follow on it. What she doesn't realise is if she says no I'll have to kill her, or get someone else to do it. I always feel it would be better coming from someone else. Now I have discussed it with a fellow photo blogger...who will remain nameless but we feel the favoured means of despatch...if she refuses me will be a frozen bar of chocolate across the back of the head...you know a bit like despatching a trout! Jan loves chocolate and would be happy to go this way. I guess I ought to mention it to her at some stage, just in case she's in two minds as whether to say yes or not...anyway watch this space for announcements....fellow photo blogger you know who you are and I thank you for your offer of being my hitman.