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RobW_ PRO 12:23pm, 31 December 2006
How Do You Do?
Hi there! I am accepting the challenge of producing and posting a picture a day, every day of 2007, starting from tomorrow. I hope I can stick to it, and I hope I produce something of interest, to me and to others. I look forward to following many of your stories, too. I've met a few interesting people already, just from reviewing all these stubs. Good luck all my fellow-voyagers.

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Awesome view!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Very Nicely Done Rob ! Sometimes the last photo is the best ...good stuff.

CollardGreens: Oops!
Dragonhide Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Dragonhide (member) 11 years ago
It looks like an aerial shot of a lava flow, rob!

As for Lattes- I see them referred to as Cafe Lattes in a lot of coffee shops on this side of the pond... so that should make Alex all sunny happy. hehe

At home, it's Cafe Leche ;-)

I didn't know that Latte was Italian for Milk.. learn something new everyday. :)
sunshinecity 11 years ago
Yay!! I can rest easy now!!


spectacular shot Rob.. looks like the sea is on fire!!
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Hi friends. Sorry, we have been busy the past few days, so I have been posting but not commenting - time to do the rounds of all your diaries, and some that I don't often visit.

Thanks for coming Loca-Bandoca - next time go back as far as October 5. I want your comment on Piri-piri sauce. It's not tequila in the bottle folks, it's jungle juice!

And poor little allergy-sniffling, about-to-be-vaccinated Alex, you are such a coffee perfectionist! I suppose the correct term would be café latte, meaning (as you say, coffee with milk), although you would claim we should not top it with foam; but that's the way our customers like it. Most people just call it latte (lah-tay if they're posh), and I would suggest that comes from Seattle and Starbucks, who have a lot of sins against coffee to answer for. A lot of English grannies ask for a "milky coffee", which is instant coffee in a mug with hot milk and milk foam.

We've had a few Italians over here, and all of them approve of our espresso (most of them drink espresso). It's surprising that it is possible to cock up a simple thing like espresso.

You're not the first to say that it looks like fire. That particular street lamp has a very red/orange glow, and it affects any photo I take within 20 meters of it, sometime with good effect, like here.
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Wednesday, 10 October 2007
Ducks in the Dawn Light


Ducks in the Dawn Light

Once again, I went on a photowalk towards the limanaki (fishing harbour) at sunrise, and shot a lot of photos, had great difficulty trimming them down to 25 to upload (the sunrises are so absolutely beautiful here) from which I have selected this one for my daily photo: the ducks who live at the harbour cruising in a line through the sun's beam on the fiery sea (sorry about the repetition).

No streetlamp or postprocessing here - this is really the colour one sees on the sea at sunrise. I also liked this one, different colour on the water, just before the sun came up, and I was pleased with the title I came up with. In fact I had a lot of favourites from this morning's batch, but, alas, only one a day.
10 October 2007 (25 Photos)
looks like a postcard, only missing the "greetings from..." sign.
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Thanks Pablo. You're always quick on the draw when I post. Greetings from Tsilivi.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
wow, you leave me speachless yet again with your stunning shots!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Speechless? You? I doubt it :-)
(Time I got me some of those yellow smiling faces).
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Holy Smokes, Rob! That's a stunning shot of the family of duck at sunset... well done!
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Thursday, 11 October 2007
Tsilivi Sunrise


Tsilivi Sunrise 11Oct2007

I initially posted in this space a tribute mosaic to our own Lady Bad-Timing. I am such an admirer of her very creative reflection self-portraits, each one a masterpiece, yet each one individual and different, that I raided her MDPD set and built a mosaic from some of them. I'd like you to visit there and comment on it, but it really broke too many rules of this group, and I am essentially a law-abiding person, so I decided it should go. It remains on my stream, however. The first two comments below this, from Pablo and Marc refer to that mosaic.

In its place, I offer you this morning's sunrise from Tsilivi Beach, which is 100% legal in terms of the group rules. It does break one of my personal rules, that of no repetition, so I'll look for something else tomorrow.

11 October 2007 (15 photos)
Very good selection
friuduric 11 years ago
Sunsets on water, sunrises on water; either way, your recent pics evoke a feeling of peace, and silence.

Lovely.

--Imperatrix
Adventures on Sabbatical
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Thanks Imperatrix, time I visited your diary to see what shocking experience or illness has turned your face green and blue.
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Ladybadtiming PRO 11 years ago
still there
looking at your life
from time to time ...
:-)

[LadyBadTiming / snapshooting my life away, day after day, after day, after day]
Simon-K 11 years ago
That water shot from the 9th is fantastic, got to agree with Alex it almost looks like fire!
sunshinecity 11 years ago
hahahah ok you got me, mr sunrise!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Gotcha, Ms Sunshine!
sunshinecity 11 years ago
how does it feel LOL
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
How does it feel? Why.... lively, short, creative, strong willed and starting over... of course! Can I add cuddly?
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Passing through to say hello and howdy...good to see you are keeping up with the rules ! Great rise/setting sun shots - wish I had a better view of the move through twilight...good stuff here.
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
CG, unfortunately we face east, and don't get a sunset view. We do however, get good effects on the clouds towards twilight.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
Haahah... oh that I am, definitely!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Qualifies as a sunset in my book ! I too like the time to reflect a bit in the morning.
It was a fair change, more in the line of your latest sharings
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Strangely quiet here - probably taking a breather...you deserve it Rob.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
Where ya been buddy? You ok... you seem to be missing... and not just from here...
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Sorry guys, been very busy, and lots of other distractions, had to take the mother-in-law to the hospital once or twice etc. I have not uploaded anything for several days, hoping to get down to it this evening, we have just closed the bar on a chilly evening.

I did see the sexy new Sunshine icon earlier - a really sunshiny colour.

See you soon!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Friday, 12 October 2007
White Rose


White Rose

I took a walk around the garden before going up to the bar on this morning. After the first rains, the winter weeds are poking their heads above previously hard, sunbaked bare soil, and will flourish from now until spring, giving a cheerful show of yellow flowers.

Our rose bushes are providing a final flourish of new blooms, and here is one with the dew drops still fresh on the petals.

12 October 2007 (16 photos)
Simon-K Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Simon-K (member) 11 years ago
Hey Rob, nice flower, good to see you back!
Greetings. I am trying to catch up on the diaries of others; but my life keeps careening downhill.

Great stuff as always. Beautiful rose, especially.

I too love the dawn.
Dragonhide 11 years ago
welcome back, rob :)
sunshinecity 11 years ago
Hey sweets thanks for the compliemnts... I knew you'd appreciate!!
Glad to see you're back too... I missd you!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Rob - we are all patient people here...take your time and get the important things done -
Loca.... 11 years ago
Hi Rob, just came to say hi. Completly agree with CG, take your time.
Everything shall fall in to place at the right time Rob. Take your time.
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Thank you all, it is nice to be missed, but I'm only 4-5 days behind!
Jissy 11 years ago
Hey Rob - I'm a few weeks late- but trying my best to catch up- so here I go:

3 Oct- thanks- blush- I'm touched! and so wish i were there not just for the bubbly ;-) tee hee!

5 Oct- yes I do know what it it is- but am so fully stocked up with chilli's from SA that havent actually needed to see London's supply. I have the full range from Chilli Oil purchased in Pilgrims rest to the freshly crushed green chilli home made by mum and how could we not forget the dry crushed red- also provided by mum tee hee- I love the idea of making it yourself- i may try it!

8 Oct- those lattes look great- i'm a fan of cappuccino's but if i saw one of those- I'd order it!!!!

Hope you getting some rest with having to manage the bar with so little help- and all is ok with you mum-in-law!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Saturday, 13 October 2007
Fiery Sunset Clouds


Red Clouds

My favourite photo of the day, although I also took a few photos around our autumnal garden again, were these spectacular clouds illuminated by the setting sun. There are a lot of cloud photos on my stream at this time of year.

13 October 2007 (10 Pictures)
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Sunday, 14 October 2007
Sad Lost Dolphin


Abandoned Dolphin

A beached, abandoned dolphin, on top of the pile of abandoned air mattresses left behind by tourists who have returned home. We collect dozens of them during the season; when it gets too much, we take a knife to them, roll them up and recycle them.

14 October 2007 (7 Photos)
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Monday, 15 October 2007
Tsilivi Sunrise


Tsilivi Sunrise 15Oct2007

A wild, windy and stormy day in Tsilivi, with a winter chill in the easterly wind. Not many photos taken, but this is what the sunrise looks like, with the morning ferry battling the waves across to Kyllini.

15 October 2007 (5 photos)
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Tuesday, 16 October 2007
Sunset Colours on the Sand (Again)


Sunset Colours

Sunset came, and I hadn't yet taken a daily photo, so here is another picture of sunset colours on the sand.

16 October 2007 (5 photos)
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 8 years ago
Wednesday, 17 October 2007
Yellow Rose


Yellow Rose

Once again, sunset arrived with not a photo taken, so I wandered into the garden with my camera, and shot another beautiful rose, among other things.

17 October 2007 (5 photos)
Good pictures but the best is the one of the orange clouds by far
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
agree with Pablo...
Simon-K 11 years ago
That poor dolphin - just destined to be knifed :( Love the colour in the recent shots rob, and got to agree with the last two comments those clouds are great
sunshinecity 11 years ago
Rob I never get tired of your sunrises, your beautidul coloured sands and water shots or your flowers.
I absolutely LOVE the shot from the 13th!
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Thanks Alex, I never get tired of your positive comments. I love that one too. We have such fabulous cloudscapes at this time of the year, and depending on the time of day, beautiful colours too. I have a set dedicated to Clouds and Weather.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
that's a smart idea and a great set!
and you're most welcome!
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Thursday, 18 October 2007
Ready For Harvesting


Ready for Harvest

A bowed-down branch of Koroneïka olives, almost ready to be harvested.
Here is the whole tree.

Olives are a major crop in Zakynthos, and starting a few days from now, they will be harvested, for pressing of extra-virgin olive oil, The "Gold of Zante", one of Zakynthos' major export products, along with raisins (currants) and wine.

There are something like 7.5 million olive trees on Zakynthos. During the 350-year Venetian occupation of the island, planting of olive trees was encouraged by the payment of a bounty.

Most olive trees on Zakynthos are the 'Koroneïka' variety (the Italian name is Coronega), which originates from the southern Peloponnese, around Kalamata. This small olive, though difficult to cultivate, has a high oil yield and produces oil of exceptional quality. (From Wikipaedia article on The Olive).

Zakynthian olive oil is of superior quality, and has been granted the designation Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) by the EU, recognition as a unique product.

18 October 2007 (11 Photos).
sunshinecity 11 years ago
yum!
what a vibrant colour!
Jissy 11 years ago
yum- i wanna pick em all off and eat em one by one- gonna be looking out for Zakyntos olive oil from now!
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 6 years ago
You probably wouldn't enjoy the taste, Jissy. they're rather tough and bitter off the tree.

Which reminds me, must go and check our own little olive trees, which we planted 4 years ago - Kalamata (eating) olives, must be cured first. one of the trees produced a few olives last year.
What does Greece do about the olive fly?
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 7 years ago
Friday, 19 October 2007
Clothespegs and Dewdrops


Clothespegs and Dewdrops

First thing I saw this morning when I came out for my morning walk were these dewdrops on the clothesline framing the colourful clothespegs. Click!

19 October 2007 (28 Photos)
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
La M, re the olive fly: I don't know much about it, but I found one article on Google. I believe that on the mainland and some islands, aerial spraying is done, although it is controversial and declining. On Zakynthos, they have never done aerial spraying, and many producers in recent years have gone "ecological" or organic, implying no use of insecticides, rather using traps as described in that paper. In addition, I read somewhere else that the koroneïki variety grown on Zakynthos is the least susceptible to the olive fly.
Homemade handmeade arttistic photos.
eelend PRO 11 years ago
what a nice shot!!!

i like your olives, too
they make me remember my village
:)
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
LOL Marc! The green one taking a bite out of the other!

Eelend, glad I could bring good memories. Thanks Pablo.
ItinerArts 11 years ago
sunshinecity 11 years ago
that's a beautiful shot rob!
Jissy 11 years ago
hip hip hooray Rob-

WE ARE THE WORLD CHAMPS!!!

guess u still recovering from the party on Sat! ;-)
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Yay Jissy, they did it for us. Pics to come. Was not exactly a party, although a bottle of Veuve Clicquot was involved.
Loca.... 11 years ago
Just came for a quick pick, this last photo is so beautiful, fave, an instant fave.
:))
ebilflindas 11 years ago
With the tourists gone, your images have mellowed--nice and soothing...sea, sky, and everything in between!
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
What are you doing up so early in the morning, Loca?
And you Emil, so late?
Loca.... 11 years ago
I was working, my friends. Too many things to study this year.
:))
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Saturday, 20 October 2007
Thabo and the Cup-Winners


We Won It!

President Thabo Mbeki celebrates with the Springbok Rugby team after they won the Rugby World Cup at the Stade de France in Paris. The William Webb Ellis trophy is hoisted above his head.

A very satisfied South African fan celebrates at Freddie's Beach Bar on a Greek island. The magic of satellite TV beams the Supersport coverage from Johannesburg onto our big screen in Zakynthos.

Viva Bokke Viva! (The set is here).

Earlier, we had lots of heavy rain, and a power cut at a crucial time. But all is well that ends well!

20 October 2007 (21 Photos)
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
You know my philosophy...any reason to drink good champagne is a good reason...and any reason of your's is a reason of mine !! Glad to see SA win...
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Sunday, 21 October 2007
Blue on Blue


Blue On Blue

We have had some spectacular skies, light, clouds, storms and other phenomena in between the rain of the last five days. I had a choice of pink or blue for today's shot, and the blue of sea and sky merging into one blue scene won out.

21 October 2007 (18 Photos)
Good choice
ebilflindas 11 years ago
Ah, sea and sky and the blue in between...

I was up keeping an eye on the fire--fell asleep listening to the local coverage.
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Wow Emil, I've just been watching pictures on CNN from Carlsbad, where they are evacuating people, I hope you're well away from the fires.
Thinking of you.
ItinerArts 11 years ago
All the Brits here were glum.

Fires in Greece, then fires in California... not a good year for some.

www.flickr.com/groups/2007/discuss/72157594528937014/7215...
ebilflindas 11 years ago
Yeah, the 'voluntary' evacuations are creeping closer to our home.
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Oh boy! Good luck.
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Monday, 22 October 2007
Tsilivi Cloudscape


Tsilivi Cloudscape

More pictures of skies and clouds today. The light and clouds are really spectacular at this time of year.

We had rain again today, although it cleared up and we had bright sunshine in the late afternoon, and people once more stretched out on sun loungers, even though the air was chilly. Even though we are dying to declare the season closed, close the bar like so many others have done already, and do other things that we have been deferring for months, business continues to be strong, and regular customers come in every day, and we don't have the heart to disappoint them.

It is a juggling act deciding how much food and drink we should reorder, we don't want to be stuck with unwanted stock of perishable stuff, or short expiry dates when we do close.

22 October 2007 (24 photos)
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Spectacular is right! wow...
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Tuesday, 23 October 2007
Blue Cloudscape


Tsilivi Cloudscape

You will excuse me if I give you another picture of clouds and blue evening light again today. I started late, it was another fabulous evening, and this was what was available.

23 October 2007 (12 Photos).
I guess it's great to see this every day
You are most definitely excused. :D
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Takes em like you gets em Rob
ItinerArts 11 years ago
Taking a knife to dolphins? I'm calling Greenpeace.

Beautiful colors on the last!

www.flickr.com/groups/2007/discuss/72157594528937014/7215...
Simon-K 11 years ago
Wow! Some fabulous looking sky you've got there
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Wednesday, 24 October 2007
Kyklamena


Cyclamens

We had more more stunning skies, clouds and light today, but we must move on I think to other subjetcs. For example, we offered our honeymoon couple, Sean and Nikki a gourmet lunch of grilled prawns and salad today, accompanied by complementary bottle of sparkling wine.

However, the focus today is on one of our seasonal markers here in Zakynthos. On my way back from paying bills in Zakynthos Town (taxes, arrrrgh), I noticed the first wild cyclamens (kyklamena in Greek) growing on the roadside banks, stopped and got some photos.

Every October after the rains start, lovely, delicate pink cyclamens sprout from the banks under the olive trees, which have been baked hard and dry since being cleared of winter growth in May/June, now soft and green after the rain. It is the first sign of approaching winter here.

The Cyclamen has inspired more than one poet: in High School I was introduced to DH Lawrence's poem "Sicilian Cyclamens":

Slow toads, and cyclamen leaves
Stickily glistening with eternal shadow
Keeping to earth.
Cyclamen leaves
Toad-slimy, earth-iridescent
Beautiful
Frost-filigreed
Spumed with mud
Snail-nacreous
Low down.

And the great Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis has written a powerful and moving song "Kyklamena" to the words of poet Yiannis Ritsos.

24 October 2007 (19 Photos)
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 8 years ago
Thursday, 25 October 2007
Tsilivi Sunrise


Tsilivi Sunrise 25Oct2007

When I came to unlock the bar this morning, the almost continuous rain we have had for the last five days had cleared, some cloud still around, the sea placid and calm, the sky washed-out and clean, and the mountains of the Peloponnese visible in the distance. Seabirds flying across the Vodi (bull's head) rocks in the sea. At right, the 8:15 ferry makes its way across the water to Kyllini, one hour away.

Life is good.

25 October 2007 (9 photos)
I feel so much envy of your views jejeje it's awesome.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
damn! i do love those two cloud and horizon shots.... stunning!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Heres to snaily poems and sunrises....
friuduric 11 years ago
Pink cyclamens, and blue clouds. Those hues are lovely beside each other!

PS: I saw your comment about Madeleine Peyroux. I love her her voice -- it's like she's talking intimately to you, but singing to everyone at the same time (if that makes sense).

--Imperatrix
Adventures on Sabbatical
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Totally agree with you, Imperatrix! She is a very special singer. I guess it comes partly from her background and experience - I believe she spent some time busking on the streets of Paris - and went back to doing it after her first CD was released.
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Friday, 26 October 2007 (St. Dimitrios' Day)
After the Harvest


After the Harvest

Getting away from the bar again, I went to the Municipal Offices to pay our turnover tax (more taxes, arrrrgh), drove through the newly green olive groves, with harvesting in progress. Here is a bag of harvested olives awaiting collection, behind it a pile of pruning cuttings, cleaned of their fruit, other bags beyond..

In other news, I watched the victorious Springboks embark on their four-day national Victory Parade, after a reception at the Union Buildings in Pretoria hosted by the State President. They were greeted by rapturous crowds in the streets of Pretoria, and in fact everywhere they went. Truly, One Nation United by Rugby, and boy, don't we need it.

Later, I got a nice clear shot of the full moon. Let's see if I can catch it rising again tonight?

26 October 2007 (17 Photos)
I love olives
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
These get pressed into olive oil, Pablo.
too bad for them I guess then
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
I always thought SA was held together by the beauty of the country. The past seems to be slowly erasing itself (with the exception of Joburg). Anyway that is my observation. Would love to live in Capetown...
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
CG, too deep to go into here. Suffice to say that all countries need heroes, myths, unifying images, SA more than most. Sadly, the past is ever present, and a convenient excuse when trying to address unmet expectations, lack of service delivery, a poor who remain poor, while a new black elite flaunt their wealth conspicuously.

Cape Town is a wonderful place to live, my home for 25 of the last 40 years.
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 8 years ago
Saturday, 27 October 2007
Sean and Nikki


Sean and Nikki

A people picture for a change, as our season draws to a close, and people become absent from the bar.

Sean and Nikki from Somerset, England, are on honeymoon, and spent a significant portion of each day with us, probably a significant portion of their holiday budget too. It is Sean's third visit, Nikki's second, and they will be back next June. They are fun to have around.

Here they are dressed up for their last night in the village, and saying goodbye to us.

27 October 2007 (13 Photos)
Jissy 11 years ago
Woweee- love the celebration Rob! cant wait to see the pics in your stream!

I agree totally with your comments to CG- I know u said its too deep to geet into but wanted to say that you took the words right out o fmy mouth!

As for the bright blue cloud and sea pics- again u have taken my breath away! Hope ya have a nice week ahead of you ;-)
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