Category Archives: John’s Blog

Kythera from above

I’ve been experimenting with imaging (photos & video) from many different perspectives – in the air, under the sea and lots of places in between. Here’s some sample aerial work. More is available here.

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Paleokastro From Above

It’s time to progressively go through the thousands of photos and hours of video taken while in Kythera. Here’s a few aerial shots from Paleokastro for starters.

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Underwater Perspective, Nordland Shipwreck, Diakofti

Here’s a few photos providing a different view of a shipwreck that is now part of the fabric of nice Kytherian seaside village, Diakofti.

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Underwater Kythera

A few photos from in the sea caves at Paleopolis are here.

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Progressing Quite Nicely

A brief update of progress over the last few days.

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Making the Impossible, Possible

Our team is cutting a path up the side of a mountain, reopening access to what’s probably the most difficult church to reach in Kythera. Read about it here.

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Let the Adventure Begin!

2011 Paliokastro excavations are up and running! More info is available on John’s Blog.

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Local Enthusiasm

Coverage of the European Music day in Kythera, and Daphne Petrohilos’ art exhibition.

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John’s First Blog

Tuesday June 14th, 2011

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More Team Members Added

This site is growing, with a number of team members being added in that section. The complete team isn’t listed yet, with further updates expected shortly. Tags: http://www.staying-awake.org, http://www.whyhcg.com, http://www.myprovigil.com

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