Photographer's Note

The village of Noussa in Paros island, it is a kind of greek Saint-Tropez. I had stayed there the last time in 1973! In this time, it was fishermen's small village with the life of all the villages of this type in Greece. But the distinctive feature was because there was beautiful architecture and because the site on the edge of a bay was rather fantastic.
I was prevented of the change but I had all the same a shock. At one go, I felt, very, very old!
( As when my grandmother spoke to me about the Côte d’Azur or about Costa Brava in 1900!)
To avoid the mass of the tourists and the inevitable stores which go with and which the landscape of the photographer pollutes, I went between 7:30 am and there 10:30 am one morning.
The light was magnificent and the quiet delicious, I was able to give way at 3 am of discoveries and photos to. Here, a composition in white ( but the white is tinged with so other colors according to the lighting) around this outside staircase of a house so typical of the cycladic architecture.

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