Wednesday Walk with a wide lens

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I want to invite you today to Ermioni, a charming Greek town at the region of Argolida. I took those shots during a small road trip that @traisto and myself did, a few days ago. We made a stop there to walk a bit and stretch our legs and I have to admit that it was an excellent idea!

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I wasn't in the mood of carrying the photo bag with all my lenses so I figured that a middle range zoom will be just fine. I am embarrassed to say that it took me almost 10 minutes to realize that I had taken the wide range zoom instead! I could have gone back to the car and change it but I thought that it would be a nice exercise to use only wide lens for the whole walk.
Anyway the place is so beautiful that the pictures are practically taken by themselves :)

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A few minutes before we arrive here we had stopped to another seaside resort with similar properties, Porto Cheli. Technically those two places look alike in many aspects. They are both old settlements with similar architecture, the scenery is pretty much the same and they both attract rich people and yacht owners. And yet they looked to me totally different. At Porto Cheli I felt the strongest desire to go away and never come back, while Ermioni has a soft, pleasant vibe that make it (to my eyes) much more appealing!

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Now that I am writing those lines we are at the second extension of our travel to Nafplio and the area around. The first one was because we were having a great time and we wanted some more! This second one is less pleasurable since I got the covid and I have to stay isolated for a few more days. At least I am well enough to edit a few pictures from the previous happy days and share them with you. I hope you enjoyed them :)

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This is my contribution to the #wednesdaywalk challenge, initiated by @tattoodjay :)

Have a lovely Wednesday!

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All the pictures and the words are mine.

Thank you for reading and if you want to know more about me you can check out my introduction post.

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what a beautiful area

sometimes walking with a wide kens or any lens gir that matter can reault in shots you may not normally take
and i this case you git awesome shots if thus beautiful area

Thanks for joining Wednesday Walk :), I truly enjoy exploring the world virtually each Wednesday seeing walks from all around the globe and feeling I am there and experiencing it all myself, such as I did in your post just now :)

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Thanks a lot!
You are right, the wide lens turned out to be a good choice :)

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I must take out my super wide lens again soon it can catch some real interesting shots

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I hope you get well!!!
Yes, at least now you have time to edit the photos and publish them :))

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Thank you very much for your wishes!
You seem to be one of the very few people around here that actually read the posts to the end :)

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seems that I am one of few people that is terribly late with the responses 😅

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I adore wide lens!! especially a fish-eye... restricting yourself to this tool from arsenal can bring a lot of fun and fresh approach to the same used routes. a great walk. cheers! and a !PIZZA

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Thank you @qwerrie, I am glad you like it :)
I have done a lot of walks with just a 50mm and even a few with a 100mm but I think it was a first with the 16-35. It was fun though!

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What a beautiful world we live in! Thanks for sharing 😊🙏
I did not mind all the wide-lens photos, wider delight of Greece 😅

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Absolute beautiful place, stunning pics, especially the ones with the boats and ocean. Thank you for sharing.

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Glad you like them, thank you for stopping by!

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what a beautiful place. I can feel tranquility through the images!

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The wide lens are a bliss in any trip you take when you try to cover as much as possible from the landscapes you see :)

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Indeed :)
Thank you for stopping by!

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The place is really beautiful.. The perfect relaxation centre🤗

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I am glad you like it, thank you for stopping by!

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Beautiful, warm, romantic atmosphere!
I would love to walk along these streets and along the beach =)

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I wish you will some day :)
Thank you for stopping by!

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Wow!! What a beautiful Wednesday walk!! It's super nice to cut the week with some peaceful landscape!

Thanks a lot for sharing!!

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Wow it looks georgeous! I want to visit this village too. I love natural things

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