Monday, September 1, 2008
First snow on Samos for this year after the end of August?
No, not really, though it looks like it at first sight. It's salt!
Driving on the road along Mykali beach to Psili Ammos beach in the south-east of the island, you will pass by a shallow lake with salty water, sort of a lagoon, the Alyki wetlands. Well known for flamingos who stay there for a while in winter/spring.
But now the wetlands are completely dried out, a layer of salt covers the ground and the salt crystals shimmer in the sun.
Here are some impressions of how it looked like in the late afternoon of September 1st.
Posted by Peter Molz at 11:15 PM 1 comment:
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