Flags in Corfu Town.
Corfu waterfront. In the Ionian sea, Corfu is full of Venetian and other European influences.
The Liston, built by the Venetians, Corfu Town.
The easy-going mood of Corfu Town.
A view from the bridge.
Sunset dinner at sea.
Hydra Harbor master with the town behind him.
Asses and donkeys, Hydra waterfront.
Tourist menu in Hydra.
With no motor vehicles, donkeys carry the loads home.
Like Greece's flag, all blue and white.
Hydra's classic harbor.
A land of blue and white.
A la carte.
A different blue.
Pebble beach, Santorini.
Iconic Greece, Santorini.
Santorini blues of another sort.
Watrerfront buildings, Mykonos.
A different blue and white.
Paraportiani Church in Mykonos' Little Venice, from the 15th and 16th centuries.
Cyclades' windmills used furling sails, though they are rare to see in these days of tourism and wind turbines.
Red, white and blue, in Mykonos.
Mykonos rooftops find space for the spirit, too.
Seeking the sun.
Espresso on place mat.
Delos, where Apollo is said to have been born. Greek gods appreciated good scenery.
Stairs lead to a second floor that sat at the top of the central columns of this once rich man's house.
For centuries, Delos was looted for building materials; little remains standing.