Follow my Steps! Just point on the above coloured windows to see what's inside. Clicking gets you there!


The above links provide direct access to pages which I think are of much interest.
Of course this is a quite subjective approach and as this website is an expression of myself, I have proceeded further away from my core subject which is Cyprus and its stamps and I am providing additional links to a variety of pages which I hope will be of interest not only to me... In the end, however, I will be back in subject.


To see the world around me and to be able to read what I see is an endless journey of the mind.
To travel is to meet and live with people and nature and blend with them. You will need the spirit inside you to let this happen.
Books have always been an open window through which one can read the writer's thoughts.
And then it is the photograph taken either by you or by the inspired traveler. It captures the flowing moment and makes it last in eternity. One photograph can replace a thousand words, it can also translate to different thinking to different people.
It is a big joy when I discover a photograph able to fill my mind. I wish
I could have lived that moment and captured it with my camera.



See this photograph. Ruins of Salamis - The Gymnasium The ruins of Salamis in Cyprus.
The Gymnasium. These marbles have been lying there for centuries. See the headless statue. He is staring at the glory of the past. He cannot speak or act. His people has been transformed to standing marbles under the sad sky. They do not belong to this land any more because the land does not belong to those who master it now.
His soul is no more there. He has flown away. End of the Storm by Martin Liebermann
In storm or in sunshine it is always the same for him. He will keep flying over the sea and the land. He can see his marbles from anywhere.
If he ever needs to rest he has found a nest overlooking his Salamis.
kantara From here even in his rest he is able to master his land.
Let them think that they own the land. The soul they do not own. In the end they will leave. They have always left in the end.

I would like to thank Martin Liebermann - The Photographer - for allowing me to present his photos in my webpage.

The
first photo is described in my text.

The
second photo's description by Martin is about : The End of the Storm : "Against dark clouds, a seabird flies. A bright horizon appears". And a note about the photo says: "Scanned from a severly underexposed slide. Sometimes mistakes give great results".

The
third photo is The Kantara Castle, Cyprus. I would add: "Overlooking the north and the south".


Follow my Steps! Just point on the above coloured windows to see what's inside. Clicking gets you there!


The above links provide direct access to pages which I think are of much interest.
Of course this is a quite subjective approach and as this website is an expression of myself, I have proceeded further away from my core subject which is Cyprus and its stamps and I am providing additional links to a variety of pages which I hope will be of interest not only to me... In the end, however, I will be back in subject.


To see the world around me and to be able to read what I see is an endless journey of the mind.
To travel is to meet and live with people and nature and blend with them. You will need the spirit inside you to let this happen.
Books have always been an open window through which one can read the writer's thoughts.
And then it is the photograph taken either by you or by the inspired traveler. It captures the flowing moment and makes it last in eternity. One photograph can replace a thousand words, it can also translate to different thinking to different people.
It is a big joy when I discover a photograph able to fill my mind. I wish
I could have lived that moment and captured it with my camera.



See this photograph. Ruins of Salamis - The Gymnasium The ruins of Salamis in Cyprus.
The Gymnasium. These marbles have been lying there for centuries. See the headless statue. He is staring at the glory of the past. He cannot speak or act. His people has been transformed to standing marbles under the sad sky. They do not belong to this land any more because the land does not belong to those who master it now.
His soul is no more there. He has flown away. End of the Storm by Martin Liebermann
In storm or in sunshine it is always the same for him. He will keep flying over the sea and the land. He can see his marbles from anywhere.
If he ever needs to rest he has found a nest overlooking his Salamis.
kantara From here even in his rest he is able to master his land.
Let them think that they own the land. The soul they do not own. In the end they will leave. They have always left in the end.

I would like to thank Martin Liebermann - The Photographer - for allowing me to present his photos in my webpage.

The
first photo is described in my text.

The
second photo's description by Martin is about : The End of the Storm : "Against dark clouds, a seabird flies. A bright horizon appears". And a note about the photo says: "Scanned from a severly underexposed slide. Sometimes mistakes give great results".

The
third photo is The Kantara Castle, Cyprus. I would add: "Overlooking the north and the south".


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