Flower Friday ~ Streets of Syros


Friday 05 June, 2015 by Uncle Spike



So it’s Friday again, and time to dig out another flowery treat. The Greek island of Syros was a superb spot for scenes like this. Personally, I never tire of street images like these – getting plans together to find a few more this summer too.


14 thoughts on “Flower Friday ~ Streets of Syros

  1. Lilith says:

    thanks Uncle Spike…my daughter and I visited Crete a few years ago, and I loved wandering the streets finding scenes like this round every corner, it seemed…

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  2. taphian says:

    that’s a very typical Greek street, beautiful

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  3. efge63 says:

    Μy grandfather borned in Syros…..

    Today is a raining day … but I agree with you ……

    Is wonderful island…..

    Here is a song for Syros…

    Greeting from Greece!!!


  4. Is that bougainvillea? It’s one of my favourite flowers/plants. Lovely photo.

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