Gianluca Colla’s Ikaria

    Gianluca Colla was the National Geographic photographer who worked in the Bluezones project in Ikaria few years ago. Now that the lights have dimmed and the noise has faded I felt due to have a second look at his excellent photos. The titles and commentation are his. Move the nose of your mouse over each picture to read them. I only added a few words of my own as I divided the 63 photos in rows.
 The amazing centenarians

    Eleftheria Gaglia, 95, lives in Evdilos..Untill a few years ago, she used to put fresh goat milk on her face, as a way to hydrate the skin.





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 The Good Shepherds 
More outdoor activity


Family & community

Please note that this is not a post about longevity. We have talked
about this matter exhaustively elsewhere in April 2009 soon after
the Quest was over. This is a post about photography and certain
aspects of the life in my island which are true and the photographer
succeded to capture in a masterful way.
Thank you, Gianluca!
Please come again!


5 Σχόλια on “Gianluca Colla’s Ikaria”

  1. Ο/Η Greg λέει:

    Stunning photos! And you have crabs in the Aegean, did not know that!

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  2. Ο/Η angelosk λέει:

    It feels stange to look at very famliar everyday places and people in photos typical «National Geographic style». Not that they are untrue. They just a bit strange to my eyes.

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  3. […] by others as well. I hope that you like the choice. Doesn’t it all, though so different, meet the professional? The material we have browsed was easily found in Flickr, filed in “Ikaria + portrait“, […]

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