About Us

We are 3 friends with passion for photography. We live in the beautiful island of Patmos,and we want to share some of the beauty through our photos. We hope you like our photos.

Contact us in

giameosm@gmail.com

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517 thoughts on “About Us”

  1. You all really have a eye for finding the beauty in everything you shoot! Thank you for following my blog. If you ever decide to visit Texas, USA we have the “Ofannin Ranch House Rental” available for rent.

  2. Hi Spinnos,
    Thanks for dropping by my blog and deciding to follow – hope you find something of interest there.
    Your island home would appear to be historically significant regarding future events that are prophesied to unfold.
    Many fine photographs. Keep up the good work
    Regards
    John

  3. Hi Manos, Flora and Marinos
    thanks for following Gert Loveday -Fun With Books. It’s lovely to find a site like yours that is just pure visual beauty. We’ll be back.

  4. Γεια σας παιδια!Εξαιρετικη δουλεια εχετε κανει!
    Μπραβο!
    Ευχαριστω πολυ για τον χρονο σας να επισκεφθειτε το blog μου.

  5. “Patmos” must be another Greek word for “paradise!” Thank you for following my blog! Here’s a haiku just for you:

    “Nightfall in Patmos
    Three nocturnal creatures stalk
    The moon … with tripods”

  6. Patmos is gorgeous. I can’t imagine a more beautiful place to practice photography. Thank you for following by blog! Here’s a haiku just for you:

    “Nightfall on Patmos
    Three nocturnal creatures stalk
    The moon … with tripods.”

  7. Thank you for the follow 😀 Your blog is really lovely!!! I’m from Greece as well, never been to Patmos but would love if i could one day 🙂 Many greetings from Halkidiki 😉

  8. Παιδιά, thanks for following my mmjayewrites.com blog. I followed yours too! It’s truly beautiful! Our koumbaros and his crazy parea are going to Patmos every single summer and keep telling us to follow them. When our little one grows a bit, we will certainly do! Keep up the good work! Maria (writing romances under MM Jaye)

  9. A belated thanks for following my blog. And I’m following back. Your photos are inspiring to me as a beginner photographer. And my childhood hometown (Orange, New South Wales, Australia), has a large Greek community from Patmos so I’m curious to see the home of my neighbours. Cheers, CC

  10. Ρε παιδιά,τι ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑΡΕΣ ειναι αυτές?
    Είστε φοβεροί,τα θέματά σας,τα χρώματα,η οπτική γωνία,όλα!
    Μπράβο,μπράβο και πάλι μπράβο!

    (Μπράβο,είπα?)

    ΣΥΝΕΧΙΣΤΕ ΔΥΝΑΤΑ!!!!!

  11. I am deeply appreciative of your adopting to follow my blog. Readers are as important as are viewers of your photographs which appear to be admired.

    I would love to work some of my poetry into Greek. I don’t know how I would do that.

    I understand that Ancient Greek is very hard to learn but don’t know why. Do you know? Even those who knew Latin well never mastered the Greek of the time.

    Good luck with your work 🙂

  12. Your photography is good. I particularly like “Wandering Clouds.” Your website allows for entry to a new world. I’ll talk of that in future comments or in posts on my blog.

    For now, let me say that my passion for working my poetry into other languages is that I do not wish to be confined within the Ghetto of the English language. Poetry speaks to all and its themes frequently universal. And why should others have to enter my language world to access them. Why should one culture dominate, particularly American. Diversity is the tapestry of life.

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