If you have fallen in love with the pictures of Santorini in our previous posts, believe us – they were just teasers.
A camera is all you need to bring back picture posters from your trip. We did not miss a chance to spot the right places to shoot.
With or without us, the pictures have captured a pensive mood. The island speaks of a thousand ways to stack up your memory card. Santorini is one of the most picturesque islands of Greece. It truly deserved this photo post.
Dainty white churches, shadowed beneath peach sun rays during the evening and the sea wearing turquoise sky color during the day is as serene as it can get.
It is said that in a day, the sky changes 15 colors on a bright sunny day.
We didn’t count but it seemed so true.
By sundowner, the chalky white structures began to blush.
The evening church bells rang a melodious windy tune, stirring up the otherwise silent streets.
The orange got a little darker in no time. The rush on main streets began to rise as tourists flocked to restaurants and bars.
Music from pubs crept into the low lying quiet day.
Spot the pole star and the moon.
As it gets darker, the temperatures drop. We set by to stroll at the suspended night markets of Oia and Fira.
Witnessing variant sunset views from Oia, Fira and Imergovigli surprised us. On a slightly cloudy day, blue dominates and the clouds are utopian.
During the night, you can crawl into Murphys, a popular bar in Fira or choose to drive around the surreal roads across the island. If you are staying in one of the villas overlooking caldera, just pull a chair to the open deck, with a drink.
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