Flakes of the life of a sensate man; random notes and pictures that endeavour to capture capricious thoughts, largely of unreasonable and mysterious origin, before they leave forever the wandering mind of a life pilgrim stumbling towards the point where parallel lines meet.
“Give me the sensate mind, that knows The vast extent of human woes!” M. Robinson Angelina II. 1796
I took this pic while strolling last Saturday past a vineyard near the village of Kalithea. "Kali" means "good" and "Thea" view. Many villages in Greece have this name, invariably for similar, obvious reasons.