Friday December 14, 2018
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PERSONAL, UNDILUTED VIEWS FROM TOM WINNIFRITH

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Photo article: The views from snake hill as I say goodbye to the Greek Hovel

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- Tom Winnifrith

It was my penultimate day in Greece and my last time at the Greek Hovel until I return next month. Driving down my side of the mountain towards the valley floor, I stopped briefly on snake hill to take in the view.

The wider lens shot shows the abandoned convent on one side. Next to it runs the road up to Kambos. But there is a second road, in even worse state, which leads to the very top of Kambos village where the modern church sits. You can see this road winding up the hill, on the left. The second photo just zooms in on the deserted convent, a small oasis of cool and calm.

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