Blood Richarz is literally that sexy vampire daddy oof (but he still has all my uwus lmao he's sexy but also cute?? hello there, I'm here for that combo) - [Manga: Blood Lad] ____________________________ #anime#manga
That time we met a professional photographer in Greece and he took this amazing “we don’t even look real” shot. I promise this isn’t a green screen. #traveltip: This is more than a tip, it’s a #mustdo. When in you must visit the Though a lot of construction was going on at the time, this former is still a Located on the the journey up this amazing sight was extremely fun, though sometimes slightly treacherous, so be careful. I was in awe at all the remains that can be seen, and truth be told pictures ...
📷 Yunanistan \ Atina Akropolü — Les Propylées de l'Acropole, 19 Mart 1948 tarihli fotokart > Atina Akropolü, Persler gibi işgal eden her ulusun odak noktası olmuştur. Özellikle Klasik Dönem içerisinde farklı Tanrı tapınakları olsada tüm alan aslında Tanrıça Athena’ya adanmıştır, bu olayı Tanrıça Athena’nın ‘’ Kent Koruyucu ‘’ sıfatıyla özdeşleştirmek mümkün. > #greece#yunanistan
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Handmade traditional syrup desserts, we Greek call them “Siropiasta”, are daily baked at Ydria and sweeten even more the idyllic atmosphere for this - full moon - Wednesday on Plaka’s most famous Square. * * * * #ydria_athens #handmade
Ένα #καφεδάκι ☕☕☕ στα γρήγορα ή απολαμβάνοντας την υπέροχη θέα για ώρα; Η απόφαση δική σας! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A quick #greekcoffee☕️ or maybe...take your time and the great of ! The choice is yours!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Often we think in terms of the past or the future; anxiety about the future and regret about the past... But tomorrow is tomorrow, and it always will be. Even when tomorrow becomes today, tomorrow will still be there, so close but still out of reach. And one day, there will be a tomorrow that I will never see. #acropolis#poetry
I think being numb and being sad are two different things. Often people are so hell bent on finding happiness that not having it is a sadness to them. But the absence of happiness is numbness, and knowing this might save you from being sad. Granted numbness isn't that great, but it's a nice break from depression. #acropolis#poetry
Litt frokost før dagen starter.🥑 Avocadosandwich toppet med litt kaviar, sesamfrø, gourmetsalt med Ouzo og extra virgin olivenolje MF fra @messolongifields . Ha en strålende Onsdag. Vi holder åpent fra 11-17 og utemøblene er også på plass, slik at du kan nyte en kaffe i vårsolen.🌞🌞🌞 #eleahellas#greskmat
Σούδα Souda Greece 1913 Prior to enosis, one of the last acts of the International Intervention was undertaken by the Royal Navy when on 13th February 1913, the crew of H. M. S. Yarmouth hauled down the last remaining Ottoman flag, flown as a symbol of the Sultan’s suzerainty over Crete, from its flagpole in the fortress in the middle of Suda Bay and handed it over to the British Consul for safe keeping. (The whereabouts of that flag is currently unknown.) Immediately following the departure of H.M.S Yarmouth, the Greek flag was raised on the flagpole; this time guarded by Greek sailors. Photograher unknown ...
Ὅσιος Παΐσιος ὁ Ἁγιορείτης Saint Paisios of Mount Athos Greece 1957 Born Arsenios Eznepidis(1924–1994), was a well-known Greek Eastern Orthodox ascetic from Mount Athos, who originated from Pharasa, Cappadocia A number of geopolitical prophecies have been credited to Elder Paisios. These include the prediction that a war between Turkey and Russia will lead to a restoration of a Greater Greece, including Albania, Macedonia, and Constantinople The Holy Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate canonized Elder Paisios on 13 January 2015 Photograher Dimitris Tsoukalas #oldgreekphotos