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Sunday, 27 September 2009

In memory...

makis-alekos This image is taken in year 1955 in Samos Island, the man on the left(with the black horse) is my father + Makis with his friend +Alekos and his beloved horse Thomas.The post is dedicated in his memory.

10 comments:

  1. Πολύ "ζωντανή" ανάμνηση φίλε μου.
    Ένα παράπονο θα πω:
    Στους διάσημους Σάμιους, πάνω δεξιά όπως μπαίνουμε, δεν είδα πουθενά το όνομά μου γραμμένο:))
    Καλό Κυριακάτικο απόγευμα!! Εδώ έχουμε λιακάδα κι ένα δροσερό αεράκι!!
    φιλιά απ όλους μας, σε όλους σας

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  2. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.

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  4. Great! Please a date, a year, something more...

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  5. What a lovely old photograph! Your father was a very handsome man.

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  6. Looks like this picture has been taken on the road from Pythagorion to Ireon.

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  7. @Michael Anhaeuser
    Hi Michael, Its difficult to find out if you dont know samos the last 40 years, it is just befor Hora after the Petrol station just in the entry of the village with your back to pythagorion, on the old bridge :)you got it??

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  8. Ah, now i can realise it... the road turn... i just estimate the area because of the shape of the mountains in the background.

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  9. I like the feel of this photograph very much, Benikos. I agree that your father was a very handsome man! Those wheels look dangerously close together!

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  10. I love this photograph. Your father looks like a man I would have loved to know. I hope he rests in peace.

    Roger G.

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