BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS
In the eighties I was sending articles to magazines and took black and white photos to illustrate them. There weren’t many colour photographs then and I thought there would be more chance of them being published with black and white photos. I knew nothing of photography, behind the camera, so was pretty lucky to get some of them published. Since my first visit, in the seventies I have had a love affair with the Isles of Greece. When I visited Delphi it seemed like the centre of the universe and my spiritual home.
To anyone who knows Greece it probably seems sacrilegious not to use colour. The light and colour in Greece is heart stoppingly beautiful but I think these do still portray the Greece that I know and love.
The isles of Greece, the isles of Greece!
Where burning Sappho loved and sung.
Lord Byron (1788-1824)