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16 September 2006

A Garden Full of Stones


My beloved archeological site in Athens is Κεραμεικος (Keramikos). Today I went here to spend some time in this green island. Κεραμεικος is almost like a garden, lots of green with little paths. In ancient times it was partly a cemetary, but there are also pieces of the city wall here.

So far I have taken four sketches. Now my hand got tired and the pen started to lazily smear around. I don't think I went so well.

Now I'm sitting in the shade of a tree. Watching a cat in the shade under a small palmtree and a turtle who roams around a hillside. The turtle just walked by me keeping a distance of about 1.5m. Life could be more often like this.

Small update: There is a site with wonderful QTVR panorama shots from Kerameikos.

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